Established 25 years ago, Wildscreen's Patrons include some of the world's greatest environmental icons: HRH Prince Philip, Sir David Attenborough, Prof E.O. Wilson, Dr Sylvia Earle and Dr George McGavin.
Wildscreen's supporters, partners and collaborators include the world's most influential conservationists, environmentalists and broadcast industry leaders, and Wildscreen itself has established an international reputation and proven track record within the fields of natural history media, communications and education.
Wildscreen's headquarters are based in Bristol, UK - the world’s centre for wildlife filmmaking - and consist of a team of 40 highly qualified full-time staff, and an active board of trustees, representing some of the most influential names in the wildlife media industry, conservation science and environmental education.
We spread our message through five inter-related programmes of activity, working with the world’s very best filmmakers and photographers, as well as educators and the public across the globe.
In addition, Wildscreen is a founding member of the Bristol Natural History Consortium, set up in 2004, to deliver public and specialist events designed to inspire an appreciation of the natural world and the need for its protection.