IWFF 40 / Dive One Screening

Today marks the start of the 40th International Wildlife Film Festival here in Missoula, Montana, which will continue through the 22nd of April.

Throughout the last week, I've been coordinating a program called the IWFF Filmmaker Labs in which 17 scientists and filmmakers come together to produce science media for 6 days of workshops, video production, and editing. Their films will screen on Monday, April 16th at 6pm as part of IWFF 40. This year was the first annual Filmmaker Labs event and will certainly not be the last.

IWFF is the longest running wildlife media event, celebrating 40 years of scientific natural history films in 2017. I am honored to announce that Dive One, my most recent short film, has been accepted into the festival and will screen on Saturday the 22nd! I will be there to represent the film and to answer public questions.

A frame grab from Dive One, Alex's most recent short and first 100% underwater film.

A frame grab from Dive One, Alex's most recent short and first 100% underwater film.

See you there!