The Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam (WFFR) is the only film festival for nature documentaries in the Netherlands and shows the most recent films from home and abroad. Since its first edition in 2015, WFFR has been taking place in the Rotterdam film theatre Cinerama, which was also the vibrant heart of the festival this year. The programme consists of beautiful documentaries showing the beauty of nature, as well as films showing the relationship between man and nature. During WFFR, visitors can talk to the many filmmakers present, attend special lectures and take part in interesting activities related to nature conservation.
In 2020 Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam recognised outstanding achievements in 10 Flamingo Award categories.Entries automatically compete for either Best Film/Best Short Film and the Audience Award.
WFFR is delighted to announce the winners of the WFFR 2020 Flamingo Awards. All winners were announced during the online Flamingo Award Ceremony on Saturday the 31st of October 2020.
The Flamingo Award Ceremony was recorded at WFFR 2020. The ceremony was in the hands of Jannah Boerakker. Due to the corona rules, the prizes were not awarded in the auditorium but in a very special way; Live from the Rotterdam Zoo! Watch it here:
Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam offers awards in the following 12 categories:
Awarded to the best overal production.
BEST SHORT FILM
Awarded to the best overal production with maximum lenght of 30 minutes.
GREEN IMPACT AWARD
Awarded to the film that has the highest impact on the way people think about the environment, climate change, sustainability or a greener economy.
ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR AWARD
Awarded to the film that best reveals insights into the behaviour of, or the interactions between, animals.
Awarded to the film that most effectively raises awareness concerning issues related to animals.
VAN LAWICK CONSERVATION AWARD
Awarded to the film that most effectively contributes to an awareness of timely and relevant conservation issues and/or solutions.
PEOPLE AND NATURE AWARD
Awarded to the film that most effectively explores the social, cultural or economic relationship between people and the natural world.
Awarded to the film that most effectively inspires an appreciation of the natural world to young people.
Awarded to the best film produced by a first-time filmmaker. SCIENCE IN NATURE AWARD
Awarded to the film that most effectively incorporates science, the scientific method and scientific discovery into an understanding of some aspect of the natural world.
INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION AWARD
Awarded for an outstanding self-financed, non-commissioned film about nature, environment and/or animals that has been produced independently from tv stations or other third parties.
In addition to the awards attributed by the jury, an Audience Award will also be awarded to the most popular film chosen by the general public.
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