The Pakistan & Norway Association (PANA) hosted a film screening event in hopes of promoting bilateral friendship between Pakistan and Norway through a program of ‘Film, Lecture and Q&A’ under the leadership of PANA’s President, Dr. M. Ali Nawaz also Director of Snow Leopard Foundation (SLF) Pakistan. The event began with a small ‘Intro Film’ that was directed by the Whitley Fund for Nature & Icon Films, and narrated by world-renowned English broadcaster and naturalist, Sir David Attenborough. This was followed by The Cliff Walkers, a movie based on the Snow Leopards in the Himalayas, Karakoram, Pamir and Hindu Kush Mountains. The movie is inimitable in its deliverance and has been captured through the eyes of film director Nisar Malik, a Pakistani with a passion for wildlife and the outdoors. The film showcases the journey up to the mountains, and the survival skills of the Snow Leopards. It also involves their interactions and experiences with humans, and stresses the need for a more proactive approach regarding the preservation of any and all endangered species. Dr. M. Ali Nawaz, Winner of the 2016 Whitley Fund for Nature Award, followed the movie with a short lecture based on the award-winning ‘A Comprehensive Landscape-Level Approach in the Mountains of Northern Pakistan’. Dr. Ali Nawaz’s hands-on approach and in-depth research was remarkable. He completed his lecture with a note on environmental awareness and the promotion of Pakistan’s natural beauty. Kenyan Deputy High Commissioner, H.E. Mr. Filimona Wambulwa , was also present on the show list. He related his speech to ‘Wildlife and Tourism in Kenya’, a topic that picked up a lot of interest from the audience. The speeches and videos were followed by a Question & Answer session, which brought active participation from the crowd. He joins hands with PANA to promote wildlife conservation, a noble mandate of event participating countries Pakistan, Norway and Kenya. The event proved to be a major success in a manner that revealed the passion and pride that Pakistanis possessed on what their country offered in terms of natural beauty. PANA was applauded in the end to have orchestrated an event that not only helped bring the Norwegian and Pakistani communities closer, but successfully found a way to highlight concerns related to wildlife and its preservation in Pakistan.