<< Visit Website
International Wildlife Film Festival Charity Profile
Our mission is to promote awareness, knowledge and understanding of wildlife, habitat, people and nature through excellence in film, television, and other media. The International Wildlife Media Center & Film Festival was established in 1977 in Missoula, Montana. The International Wildlife Film Festival was the first juried wildlife film festival in the world.
The Tarkio Retreat is IWFF’s newest initiative which to forge new partnerships and build creative collaborations in media and conservation. Today, the International Wildlife Media Center is a year-round organization, home to the International Wildlife Film Festival and Montana CINE International, the last best film fest.
International Wildlife Film Festival Volunteer Information
Our Volunteer Coordinator can provide information for all of the varying year-round volunteer opportunities. Commitments range from regular to seasonal to occasional. The International Wildlife Media Center & Film Festival is a great place for your accredited internship.
Volunteers for general assistance with each Festival Preparation help with varying tasks including in-house printing and mailing assistance, errands, publicity distribution, and other organizational projects.
Technical and Film Volunteers assist with occasional instruction, equipment preparation, and editing assistance for our year-round filmmaking workshops for all ages.