Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival Finalists Announced; List of Immersive Cinema Nominees

Jackson Hole, WY, USA — The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival is delighted to announce the outstanding finalists selected for the 11th biennial 2013 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. This year’s entries included 540 films entering more than 900 categories to compete for 23 special awards. More than 100 international judges screened an aggregated 2500+ hours in order to select the finalist films.  The 2013 award winners will be selected by a distinguished panel of judges immediately preceding the five-day industry conference hosted at the Jackson Lake Lodge in Grand Teton National Park, September 23-27, and will be announced at the Grand Teton Awards Gala on Thursday, September 26th.

FINALISTS IN IMMERSIVE CINEMA CATEGORIES:

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Best Theatrical Program
 (Sponsored by Terra Mater Factual Studios):

Disneynature Chimpanzee
Disneynature

Druid Peak
One Small Thing Productions

Flight of the Butterflies
SK Films Inc.

Titans of the Ice Age
Giant Screen Films & D3D Cinema

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Best Immersive 3D/Large Format 
(Sponsored by GoPro):

Flight of the Butterflies
SK Films Inc.

Kingdom of Plants
Atlantic Productions

The Last Reef: Cities Beneath the Sea
Giant Screen Films, Yes/No Productions & Liquid Pictures

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Best Immersive Fulldome:

Lamps of Atlantis
Evans & Sutherland and Eugenides Foundation Planetarium

Moons: Worlds Of Mystery
Charles Hayden Planetarium, Museum of Science, Boston

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Spitz Creative Media, Mirage3D & Thomas Lucas Productions, Inc, in associations with Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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Best Media Installation:

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The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Andy Merriell & Assocs, Batwin + Robin Productions, David Weiner Design, Electrosonic Inc., SH Acoustics, Smart Monkeys Inc. & 7th Sense

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NASA Goddard Space Flight Center & Honeywell

National Park 360°
ScienceVision Filmproduction

Rapid Inventory Theater
Abbott Hall of Conservation, The Field Museum, Chicago

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