Film Schedule

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The Wildlife FilmFest is a two-day, family friendly event with award winning international films, panel discussions, activities for kids, and presentations by wildlife conservationists.

The event is free but you are asked to make a recommended donation for film tickets. Your donation will help cover the cost of the event. Any proceeds exceeding the cost of the event will go directly to feed the animals at Carolina Tiger Rescue.

Saturday, Sept 20, 10:30 AM -10:00 PM
Sunday, Sept 21, 12:30-8:00 PM
Full Frame Theater
In the center of American Tobacco Campus
318 Blackwell Street, Durham, NC

2014 Friends of Wildlife Film Festival Flyer

Saturday, September 20th    BUY TICKETS

Film Blocks - Full Frame Theatre


Once Upon a Tide

10:30 am

Young Kids

Shark Riddle

Don't miss the Duke Lemur Center exhibit
1:00 pm - 3:00pm

Learn about NC Zoo's elephant conservation efforts

7:45 pm - 8:30 pm

Want to know how we get our tigers and other BIG cats?
Visit our Information Booth

Find out what conservation efforts Greenpeace is working on in North Carolina and across the country.

The Life of Trees

11:30 am

Young Kids

The Riddle in a Bottle

Insect Garden

1:00 pm


Animal Odd Couples

Penguins- Spy in the Huddle

One Breath- A Monterey Bay Experience

3:20 pm

Polar Bears: Ice Bear

The Unlikely Leopard


5:45 pm

Saving the orang-utans of Arabella

How I became an Elephant

Coral and Climate

8:00 pm

Saving Rhino Phila

Queen of Tigers

Sunday, September 21st    BUY TICKETS

Film Blocks - Full Frame Theatre


The Wonderful World of Penguins

1:00 pm

Young Kids

The Riddle in a Bottle

Meet rescued raptors and learn about NC birds of prey

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Tracking Tigers

Stay for a panel discussion and Q&A about tigers in captivity and in the wild. Where do we stand and what's being done? 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Sending the Gungu Home

2:00 pm


Insect Garden

Bird Brain

Out of the Blue

3:20 pm


Flight of the Butterflies

Kalahari: Africa


5:30 pm


On a River in Ireland