The 5th edition kicks off on 30 October 2019 and features international premieres as well as an extensive program with lectures and activities.
Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam (WFFR)
The programme consists of beautiful documentaries showing the beauty of nature, as well as films showing the relationship between man and nature. During WFFR, visitors can talk to the many filmmakers present and there will be special lectures and interesting activities about nature conservation and nature films.
Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam (WFFR) opens its fifth edition on 30 October with GALAPAGOS: Hope for the Future by Evert van den Bos. In this inspiring documentary you fly with albatrosses over breathtaking landscapes, dive with a group of hammerhead sharks through azure blue water and meet the biggest turtles in the world. The Galapagos, an archipelago in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, is a unique area. This is where Charles Darwin laid the foundation for his groundbreaking theory of evolution.
GALAPAGOS: Hope for the Future, produced in collaboration with the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF), proves that we humans can not only disturb nature, but also restore it. The Dutch version, which will be shown for the first time to the public at WFFR, has been voiced by Annechien Steenhuizen.
Find out more about the festival programme on the official Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam website.
Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam 2019
Location: Cinerama Rotterdam
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