SunChild 9th IEFF

On October 22-25, 2019 SunChild 9th International Environmental Film Festival will take place in Yerevan organized by SunChild Nature and Cultural Protection NGO, the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets, with the support of European Union and World Vision Armenia. The Festival aims to raise awareness of environmental issues and on wildlife conservation in Armenia and beyond with a targeted influence on youth.

2019 has been announced a year of the Caucasian Leopard. Within SunChild IEFF, up to 30 films will be screened in different sites in Yerevan with Armenian transcripts.
Along with the film screenings, many other events and activities will take place during Festival days, such as photo exhibition, Animal Carnival, workshops (on environmental issues and wildlife conservation, fire prevention, recycling and so on).

During 4 days of the festival, a video-installation will be screened in different parts of Yerevan in the evenings about Caucasian Leopard. Due to trap cameras in the territory of Caucasus Wildlife Refuge, citizens of Yerevan will have the chance to witness the beauty of our wildlife.

The SunChild 9th International Environmental Festival is implemented within the framework of “EU for Tourism: Community-Based Rural Tourism and Cultural Events in Gegharkunik and Vayots Dzor Marzes” project funded by EU and implemented jointly with World Vision Armenia.

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