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International Wildlife Film Festival Showcase

The International Wildlife Film Festival television series features a selecion of the top award-winning films from Montana's prestigious International Wildlife Film Festival. The International Wildlife Film Festival (IWFF was founded as the world's first juried wildlife film competition in 1977. With a mission to foster knowledge and understanding of wildlife and habitat through excellent, honest wildlife films and other media. Produced by Daniel Dauterive for KUFM-TV/MontanaPBS.

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Episode No. 2009
 (No. 2009)
In May of 2009, the 32nd Annual International Wildlife Film Festival was held in Missoula, Mont. The 2009 wild showcase includes four award-winning films with a special premiere. In "Disturbance," explore the tactics and politics of fighting or not fighting forest fires and the environmental aftermath; in "Life by the Tide," sail to the West Coast to observe marine life at the edge of the sea and land; in "Once Upon a Time," join a young girl on her first trip to the ocean; finally, Montana high school students at the Montana Film Academy premiere their new film "Montana Matters." (First Aired Tuesday, October 20, 2009)
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