Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam
Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam, as its name suggests, is a film festival dedicated to wildlife documentaries.
Watch wildlife films together
In the current state of the climate crisis, it’s important to make the beauty of nature visible for a wide audience. Films are going to be shown at the Cinerama film theatre in Rotterdam.
Photo: Land of the Far North, courtesy of WFFR
From iconic animals of the Serengeti to snowy expanses of Antarctica, and from bee pollination to endangered species, the offerings at this year's edition of the festival are impressively broad, covering so many fascinating topics on nature and how people interact with it, for better or for worse.
If you love nature programmes, you're in for a treat. Sir David Attenborough and Dame Jane Goodall are among the important wildlife experts and presenters featured in the films, which lay bare the problems faced in our climate emergency, while also suggesting solutions to how we can take steps to reverse climate change.
Get your tickets
Tickets for screenings in the cinema have already begun. Get your tickets on the Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam website. The site is in Dutch, but a lot of the films are in English, so this is an ideal event for expats! Not only are films being screened at Cinerama, but you can also stream films online as part of the festival.
Photo: Okavango, courtesy of WFFR
Thumb photo: Big Cats of the Serengeti, courtesy of WFFR