Southern yellow-billed hornbill adorns the poster of the next international wildlife film festival
Green Screen, International Wildlife Film Festival Eckernförde once again draws an audience over 30 000 in 2017.
A documentary about the illegal Ivory trade wins the main award at the GREEN SCREEN International Wildlife Film Festival 2017.
Hamburg based science journalist and TV host Dirk Steffens to become the new director of Green Screen International Wildlife Film Festival. Steffens (48) is widely known to German TV audiences through the ZDF documentary series “Terra X”. He takes...
Obituary When you speak about a friend you let our heart speak. I first met Jochen Hillers on 13th October, 2006. Or rather I made his acquaintance by eying him with respect and initial scepticism. It was at 4 pm on that memorable Friday at...
Kiel / Eckernförde, September 8th, 2014. The International Wildlife Film Festival Green Screen taking place in Eckernförde in Schleswig-Holstein has confirmed its position as the largest festival of its kind in Germany and is by far the most...
"Wild Africa - Kalahari" honoured as "Best Film"
Inge Sielmann, widow of the late wildlife filmmaker Heinz Sielmann († 2006), will present the prize at the International Wildlife Film Festival Green Screen on September 7th in the Baltic seashore town of Eckernförde, Schleswig-Holstein.
Press release August 13, 2013
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