NIWRA documentary winner at LA film festival

Wellness to Wilderness is still up for a few other awards

The North Island Wildlife Recovery Association’s Wellness to Wilderness documentary is still receiving numerous awards.

The documentary was the winner of the best feature documentary at the Los Angeles CineFest and the winner for best film at the Kolkata International Wildlife & Environment Film Festival.

Wellness to Wilderness is also part of the official selection for the G2 Green Earth Film Festival based in California this August and the Wolves Independent International Film Awards for the 2016 Winter Season based in Lithuania this May.

The documentary is also nominated for the Rising Star Award 2015 at the International Film Festival for music video.

—submitted by NIWRA

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