The annual WildView Taiwan Film Festival in association with British wildlife conservation charity Wildscreen has returned for its 11th edition in the Museum's Red Conference Room during this summer vacation.
Initiated by Wildscreen, the Wildscreen Film Festival was launched in 1982 and has become the largest international film festival featuring nature and wildlife. With the assistance of Wildscreen, the WildView Taiwan Film Festival was established in 2011 to raise public awareness over the importance of environmental conservation by introducing Taiwan's 20 world-leading eco-environmental documentaries every year.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have some changes for this annual event:
- Only 13 award-winning and classic films are selected to be screened.
- The post-screening forums and lectures are suspended.
- Attendance must be reserved online in advance.
- Attendants must be Museum visitors aged 6＋and leave the real names for tracing. Masks are required all the time. Food and drink are not allowed.
- Seats are limited at 50 viewers per show and arranged in a plum-blossom pattern. (No provisional attendance).
- Doors for films open 20 minutes prior to the film start time with certifications presented, and close 15 minutes after the start time.
- People who are selected to attend will forfeit their seats if they fail to show up in time.
- Attendants must get to the Red Conference Room via the passage on the basement of Global Environment Hall.
- The show will be cancelled without notice if Taichung City Government announces that day off.
Join us to share the interesting stories about Mother Nature! The online registration is available now. Register early! Registration will be on first-come-first- served basis and closed one day prior to the event.