Dedicated to natural history and wildlife film and television programming, the Wild Talk Africa Film Festival and Conference runs from 23 to 26 July in Durban. The event includes workshops, seminars and commissioning panels and valuable networking opportunities with intentional delegates and industry leaders.
All those interested in attending are encouraged to take advantage of the Early Bird Special Registration offer which expires on 1 May, with full registration costing only R2 200. The festival is also offering a reduced student rate of R900 and a day rate of the same price.
The ROSCAR Awards will be a main attraction to this year’s festival, where the best productions from around the world will be awarded Africa’s highest natural history film and television accolades, the ROSCARS or ‘Rhino Oscars’. All delegates with a full pass are invited to the ROSCARS evening, which will be an evening of great food, drink, entertainment and of course the illustrious ROSCAR award ceremony.
With Rhino poaching on the rise and the understanding that it is just the ‘tip of the horn’ when it comes to wildlife conservation efforts in Africa, the festival has committed to the theme, Year of the Rhino, in 2013 and 10% of ROSCAR Award sponsorship fees will be donated to WESSA’s Rhino Fund.
Delegates will also have access to a variety of exciting specials and excursions, from learning to surf on Durban’s golden mile to free-diving with sharks on the breathtaking South Coast of Kwa-Zulu Natal.
To capitalise on the Early Bird Special register now HERE
For more info visit www.wildtalkafrica.com