World Film Festival is a member of CAFFE, a network for Coordinating Anthropological Film Festivals in Europe.

It is a joint initiative for facilitating better cooperation and communication between the existing film festivals, screening anthropological and ethnographic films in Europe.

Members of the network are:

ETHNOCINEA - Ethnographic and Documentary Film Fest Vienna
- a unique film festival in the city of Vienna which is dedicated to anthropological themes and topics. Initiated by the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology (University of Vienna), it is organized now by the organization "ETHNOCINECA - Verein zur Förderung der audiovisuellen Kultur".

IFEF - International Festival of Ethnographic Film Sofia, Bulgaria - a visual anthropology forum featuring workshops, presentations, discussions, lectures and exhibitions.

Jean Rouch Film Festival, Paris, France. A festival, taking place since 1982, in Paris at the Musée de l'Homme, screening ethnographic documentaries. Competition program consists of about 40 films in competition. Festival also pays tributes to documentary film makers and offers thematic sessions and discussions. A meeting point of the world of anthropology and the public.

GIEFF - Göttingen Ethnographic Film Festival, Germany. The festival promotes documentary cinema with a special emphasis on new films, videos or interactive media dealing with socio-cultural processes. The event is open to all filmmakers, but especially those coming from an anthropology, sociology, folklore, history etc. background.

Freiburger Film Forum
, Germany. The program of Freiburg Film Forum encompasses current productions from Africa, America, Asia, and Oceania as well as retrospectives of important filmmakers and issues.

RAI International Festival of Ethnographic Film, UK. Organised by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain & Ireland (RAI) since 1985, it is an itinerant festival that moves biennially from one university host to another, in association with local community and cultural organisations.

Dialektus. Dialektus aims to screen films, which are sensitive to other cultures, films that present the world as filmmakers see it. Dialektus is a European documentary festival since 2002, which aims to make documentary and anthropological film accessible to a wider audience, not just on TV.

SIEFF - Sardinia Ethnographic Film Festival
, Nuoro, Italy. The Festival screens a selection of recent documentary films with an anthropological perspective, giving special attention to films representing contemporary life.

Beeld voor Beeld, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Beeld voor Beeld is a documentary film festival that is concerned with cultural diversity. Rooted in visual anthropology, the festival screens documentaries on various (sub-)cultures offering discussions and seminars.

NAFA Film Festival. Nordic Anthropological Film Festival, run by Nordic Anthropological Film Association, an organization focused on anthropological documentary film. The festival screens of ethnographic and documentary films chosen by a selection committee consisting of members of NAFA.

Festival of Visual Anthropology, ASPEKTY, Poland - a yearly anthropological film festival, which explores various areas of culture. It discovers and presents various relations, phenomena, interactions and mechanisms, which takes place within a culture or between cultures.

Astra Film Festival, Sibiu, Romania. Astra Film Festival is the place to see great documentaries, to feel the pulse of Romanian and Eastern European documentary film production, meet fellow-filmmakers from around the world and interact with professionals and with an enthusiastic audience.

Moscow International Visual Anthropology Festival. The Moscow International Festival was first held in 2002. Its goal is to introduce mass audience to visual anthropology. Thus, much attention is paid to the popularisation of ideas and materials of visual anthropology and to analysis of its socio-cultural prospects.

International Festival of Ethnographic Film, Belgrade, Serbia. The festival is organised by the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade. It screens ethnographic and anthropological films.

DEF - Days of Ethnographic Film, Serbia. The international festival is a joint venture of The Slovene Ethnological Society,The Slovene Ethnographic Museum and The Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences an Arts, since 2007.