CAVU Takes Part in Wildlife Film Festival

By October 2, 2007Archive

In Grand Teton National Park, WY, one of the most important wildlife film festivals takes place and CAVU presents its experience.

Every other year the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival gathers THE leading filmmakers, conservationists, broadcasters and scientists for six days in Grand Teton National Park. This year, the JHWFF received entries from more than 30 countries. CAVU submitted four films to the festival and has been asked to serve on a panel where we will present “filmmaking in the trenches”. CAVU will also be hosting a “wine and cheese” for fellow documentary filmmakers and industry types to get to know what CAVU does for rural communities in Central America. This is a breakout moment for CAVU and a true reflection of our hard work.

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