To scale and sustain our progress, we need to tell honest, compelling stories that inspire action and change. So we created our own film festival!

Have a look at what happened at this year's Film festival, with a powerful showcasing of films which highlighted people, wild animals and ecosystems facing daunting challenges. The featured films documented a range of issues, from Kenyan rhino caretakers, to the children of Bal Ashram. We also had a vast range of engaging panels, local food, live music and dynamic workshops. We hope to see you at Green Lake next year! 

Learn more about Freeland Film Festival here.

Freeland Film Festival 2019

A fully packed opening night at Freeland Festival 2019 with Actress Jane Seymour and family.

Full house on opening night at the Thrasher Opera House.

Actress Jane Seymour arriving at Appleton International Airpot in Fox Cities.

Best Local Film, Jury Award

Congratulations Colin Sytsma for winning the Best Local Film, Jury Award award for "Stolen Apes" at Freeland Film Festival 2019!


Thank you Len Morris for giving a presentation on human trafficking at Green Lake School!

Freeland Film Festival 2018


Fin Free Thailand is a campaign encouraging hotels andrestaurants to stop serving shark fin, in order to protect endangered sharks, marine ecosystems, and people’s health.

It also informs consumers of the serious health and environmental risks of eating shark fin, encouraging patronage of Fin Free establishments.


Part of the global Fin Free movement, Fin Free Thailand has been initiated by FREELAND Foundation, Love Wildlife Foundation and Change.org Thailand, with support from other partners, including the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).


Learn more about Fin Free Thailand at https://www.finfreethai.org/


iTHINK is a public awareness campaign aimed to reduce wildlife consumption in Thailand, Vietnam and China. We ask these opinion leaders and celebrities to lend their voices to win the trust of the public and to persuade them to stop consumption of endangered species. The messages appeal to logic, common sense and the long-term perspective to alter consumption habits.