Each year, nature enthusiasts and filmmakers from around the globe have gathered together in Missoula for the International Wildlife Film Festival (IWFF).
This year, folks won’t be gathering in person, but thankfully the 43rd IWFF will still take place virtually. Usually people flock to the Roxy or Wilma theaters to watch the highly anticipated films, but now they’ll be watching them from home.
A majority of the film selections will be free to stream for the week of the festival, but people are encouraged to buy an IWFF Virtual Pass which is available for a “pay what you can” fee. The minimum price is just $5, which gives you access to the entire festival’s programming. This also includes access to daily featured events, behind the scenes extras, live Q&A’s and an additional streaming library. You can purchase an IWFF Virtual Pass here.
As always, proceeds help the festival continue their mission to inspire people to conserve and appreciate wildlife. It also goes towards the daily operations of the nonprofit, community-focused Roxy Theater. You can find out more about the IWFF here.