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Cannes World Film Festival 2023

Published on: June 29, 2023
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In a joint production between ARTE France, Georama TV, and NHK Japan, Wild at Life e.V. was proudly featured in a documentary titled Stopping the Next Pandemic, or Épidémies l’empreinte de l’homme in French.

Épidémies l’empreinte de l’homme was awarded as January 2023’s Best Environmental Film.

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