New York Wild Film Festival comes to NYU Shanghai for a one-day festival of films from National Geographic, Wildlife Conservation Society and independent filmmakers including Wang Peng who will be showing a cut of his new film on snow leopards.
Join filmmakers and NYU Shanghai faculty and students for discussions and receptions following the film screenings.
Click here for RSVP and full schedule details. Entrance to the event is free and lunch will be provided. RSVP required.
About the New York Wild Film Festival
New York WILD Film Festival at NYU Shanghai, a one-day festival, featuring films from National Geographic, Wildlife Conservation Society and independent filmmakers including Peng Wang who will be showing a cut of his new film Saving Snow Leopards.
Join NYWFF founder Nancy Rosenthal, filmmakers Natalie Cash and Wang Peng, clean energy expert Alvin Lin, and NYU Shanghai faculty for discussions and receptions following the screening of spectacular and illuminating films on exploration, adventure, wildlife and conservation.
The films in the festival are Poumaka, Pangolin, Warlords of Ivory, Metronomic, Vey Nou Lagon, No Friends but the Mountain, Saving Snow Leopards, Touch, MAN, The Age of Consequences.