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When is WildPhotos?

WildPhotos will take place on Sunday 13th October in Bristol, England, and online.

 

Where can I see the delegate list?

All delegates will receive a link to the delegate list via email as soon as it is ready.

 

How do I access the virtual platform?

Pass holders will be emailed access to the virtual platform in advance of the event.

 

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Requests to transfer your ticket to an alternative person must be made in writing to bookings@wildscreen.org.uk before the event begins. Such requests shall be approved or denied by Wildscreen in its sole discretion and a fee may be charged.

 

What is the refund policy?

Virtual Passes are not eligible for a refund. Other tickets are refundable until 10 August 2024. After this deadline refunds will only be issued in extreme circumstances at Wildscreen's discretion. A fee may be charged.

In the case of full event cancellation, a full face value refund will be issued, but any booking and transaction fees are non-refundable.

 

Am I eligible for the Concession Pass?

During the standard ticket pricing period, a special concession rate will be available at a massive 50% discount from the full pass price.

You are eligible for this rate if you are:

  • Under 25 years old
  • Student in full-time education
  • 65 years old or over
  • Unemployed
  • You are a resident of a UN LDC Country – a full list can be found here.

Please be prepared to provide proof of eligibility if requested. If you are unsure, please email the team at bookings@wildscreen.org.uk.

 

What is the accessibility of the venue?

Everyone is welcome at WildPhotos. Our team is striving to make sure our event is as accessible and inclusive as possible.

Our main venue is the Bristol Aquarium, which is wheelchair accessible.

If you have any concerns about access to any of the venues, please do get in touch by emailing bookings@wildscreen.org.uk.

Please share any specific access requirements with us via the registration form.

 

How are Wildscreen minimising environmental impact?

It is vital that we are all conscious of our impact on the planet when we are celebrating natural world storytelling. For this reason, we will implement preventative steps to ensure event impact is minimised. Wildscreen adheres to a bespoke environmental policy for each of our events, which will be made available before the event via our website.

A small portion of each ticket purchase will go towards balancing the environmental impact of our event. We will calculate and publish a report detailing our event footprint and the steps taken to mitigate this.

 

What does hybrid access mean?

Hybrid access means that more people than ever before can participate in our festival and make new connections.

Not only will we be welcoming delegates in person, but WildPhotos will be accessible via livestream on a bespoke event platform on 13 October.  

 

Is there anything else I should know?

You should be aware that you may be photographed or filmed at times throughout the event and the recordings may be distributed.

Registration includes important Delegate Updates which we will send you via email as well as subscription to our year-round e-news. Delegate updates contain vital information about accessing the WildPhotos live in Bristol and the virtual platform. Should you not wish to receive this information, or our year-round e-news, please click on unsubscribe at the bottom of the last email received. We will never share your email or personal details with anyone else without your consent.

 

Your contact details will be published on a delegate list which is distributed to all attendees of WildPhotos. We will always respect your privacy and any personal communication between you and ourselves.

If you can't find the answer on our FAQ, don’t hesitate to ask us.

 

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