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Wild by Nature Short Film Festival

A film festival that celebrates everything we love about Victoria’s incredible outdoors. From your local park or creek, to your favourite wild place to escape the busy city, nature plays an important role in all of our lives.

Festival Screening Event

Wild By Nature Short Film Festival will be held online on Saturday the 7th of November. The festival will take place over two online screening events:

3 pm – 4:30 pm three finalists from the Pobblebonk and the Swamp Skink Divisions will be screened, with awesome prizes awarded to the winning entrants from both age divisions. 

7 pm – 8 pm three finalists from the Black Swan Division will be screened, with a prize being awarded to the winning entrant.  

A large number of Australian species of bats utilise trees to roost. Image: Daniel Vianna [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons.

Join us for one or both of our screening events to discover why Victorians love and care for their local environments, watch short films from emerging filmmakers from across the state as well as hear stories about nature from Remember The Wild, Living Links and others. Register for Wild By Nature screening events via Eventbrite.

More details on as well as more information on the event program will be coming soon.

This event is free but donations are welcome. Any donations from Wild By Nature will be used to create a short film about Greater Dandenong Environment GroupFriends of the Dandenong Valley Parklands and First Friends of Dandenong Creek. We want to highlight the incredible work these community groups do for the Dandenong Creek and help them promote their wonderful organisations.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at [email protected]

Age divisions & prizes

Pobblebonk Prize

primary age, 12 and under

Swamp Skink Prize

secondary age, 13 to 18 years

Black Swan Prize

over 18

The winner of the Pobblebonk Prize will receive a $1000 voucher for a wildlife experience with Zoos Victoria.

The winner of the Swamp Skink Prize will receive a $1000 voucher for video production gear, plus a hands-on workshop with the Remember The Wild productions team to finesse your nature filmmaking skills.

The winner of the Black Swan Prize will receive $3000 cash.

Themes

Films must address at least one of the following themes:

Submissions now closed

Film submissions for Wild by Nature closed on September 13th.

Five finalists from each age division will be selected and notified before the Wild By Nature Short Film Festival Screening event. While only the top three finalists will be screened during the screening event, Remember The Wild will promote and showcase the top five finalists from each division on their website and through social media. More details on this to come.

For more information email us at [email protected]

Wild by Nature Short Film Festival is presented by

Festival Partners