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Wild Talk Africa hosts a world-class event, which provides the perfect platform for international filmmakers, commissioning editors, broadcasters and distributors to meet, network and do business.

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  • Inspiring seminars and workshops
  • Screenings of worldl-class wildlife films
  • Open and private pitching opportunities
  • Admission to the ROSCAR Awards
  • Networking events
  • Access to Wild Talk Africa online resources

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The workshops were energetic and informative, with some stimulating discussions.
Mary Summerill
Series Producer, BBC NHU
One thing is absolutely certain everyone was impressed with the enthusiasm and vibrancy at the festival.
Dr Ian Player
World-renowned conservationist and Patron of Wild Talk Africa
Concerted cooperation between the television industry, conservation organizations and government to launch meaningful natural history filmmaking. Very impressive.
Ellen Windemuth
Managing Director, Off the Fence Productions
The festival has been a triumph, organized in the most splendid way possible.
Keenan Smart
Head of Natural History Unit for National Geographic Television & Film (NGT&F)
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