New this year! An AFS Film Festival: America’s Fish and Fisheries – Shared through the Camera Lens

The Southeast Alaska Fish Habitat Partnership, Western Native Trout Initiative, Sitka Conservation Society, Southeast Sustainable Partnership, and The Salmon Project all invite you to submit a fishy-film to be showcased as part of America’s Fish and Fisheries – Shared through the Camera Lens a film festival taking place during the American Fisheries Society’s 145th Annual Meeting.

To be considered, film submissions must:scuba

  • Focus on an aspect of connections between people and fish, the unique life cycles and habitat needs of different species, advances in fisheries science, or how resource practitioners and ordinary people are helping conserve fish and their habitats across the nation (films are encouraged that reflect the mission of AFS and strengthen the fisheries profession).
  • Be less than 30 minutes in length – preference will be given to shorter films (ideally 10 minutes or less) to allow for more films to be included in the festival.

Submission guidance here.   Deadline is March 12th. 

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