Our January face-to-face WFN Network Meeting will be held at

The Wharf, Manchester, M15 4ST.

Meeting One:

This meeting will be held on the second Thursday of each calendar month (Thursady 13th Jan 2022) at 8pm.
This will be a Zoom meeting for anyone who wishes to be involved with the WFN Doc’s & Film Production Unit. During the meeting we will discuss all matters relating to the WFN’s intention to produce wildlife films and documentaries for broadcast; via its own internal documentary production unit.
You will need to email us on info@wildlifefilmnetwork.com to let us know that you would like to attend this meeting, so we will email you a meeting ‘link’

Please Note: You need to be a ‘Pro’ member of the WFN to be involved with the Doc’s & Film Unit.
To upgrade your current membership to ‘Pro’ member Click Here
Thank you.

Meeting Two:

Our January ‘face-to-face’ WFN Network Meeting will take place at The Wharf public house in Manchester on the 22nd January 2022 from 18H30 (6.30pm) onwards. All are welcome to attend the meeting.
We will add an RSVP form to this page in January. You will need to complete the form and let us know you are wanting to attend, so we can keep an eye on numbers to notify the venue.
Thank you.

Date:
Saturday 22nd January 2022
Time:
18H30, onwards
Cost:
Free
Venue:
The Wharf, 6 Slate Wharf, Manchester, M15 4ST
RSVP:

Meeting Three:

This meeting will be held on the forth Thursday (27th Jan 2022) of each calendar month at 8pm.
This will be a Zoom meeting for anyone who was not able to join us at our face-to-face meeting, or wishes to discuss something further that was touched upon during our face-to-face meeting.
You will need to email us on info@wildlifefilmnetwork.com to let us know that you would like to attend this meeting, so we will email you a meeting ‘link’
This meeting will be open to all wildlife and wildlife film production related subjects.
All levels of WFN membership are welcome to attend this network meeting.

Please Note:

The Wildlife Film Network has not been set up to make protest films, or be a point where people protesting about issues can meet.
It is the intention of the Wildlife Film Network, to produce good, broadcast quality, informative, educational documentaries and films based around the subject of wildlife or wildlife habitat or wildlife related issues with funds raised through its membership.

The team behind Wildlife Film Network

Welcome everyone to the Wildlife Film Network. If you would like more information about anything to do with the Wildlife Film Network; please use the Contact Us form here.

Ric Swift

Membership Manager

Paula Elsley

Admin Manager

Jehan Jeffrie

New Media Manger