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The Messenger wins big at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival
On October 2nd, in Jackson, Wyoming, The Messenger was honored with a Best Conservation Program Award at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festivals’ Grand Teton Awards Gala. The Best Conservation Program Award is “Awarded to the program that most effectively contributes to an awareness of timely and relevant conservation issues and/or solutions.” Finalists vying in that category included Racing Extinction, and I Bought A Rainforest.
About Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival:
Recognized as the premier event of its genre, the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival is an unparalleled biennial industry gathering. Hosted biennially in Grand Teton National Park, over 650 international delegates participate in an exceptional slate of leading edge equipment presentations, seminars and state-of-the-art screenings.
The Festival’s international board members include: Animal Planet, BBC Natural History Unit, Discovery Channel, Disneynature, National Geographic Channel International, The Nature Conservancy, WGBH, and World Wildlife Fund.
Take a look at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival Press Release