Jul 23 2018
The Mud and Saltwater Film Fest ‘Feature Night’ will be enthralling, with a debut screening of the documentary ‘Surviving the Kimberley’ by first time filmmaker Michael Atkinson (an incredible survival story from the Kimberley). The award winning Mud and Saltwater Film Fest entries will be screened and a collection of vivid PhotoStories. Held at historic Sun Pictures for the first time, audiences will be inspired by the cinematography, and opportunity to see the Kimberley through the eyes of the people who live in this incredibly beautiful, and at times, tough
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The 2019 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest, wow, incredible atmosphere, lots of clapping, cheering, big smiles and amazing films.
The 2019 filmmakers who won prizes at the 2019 Mud & Saltwater Short Film are:
Best in Fest - Marrimarrigun by Jodie Bell, Kim West, Dianne Appelby
People's Choice - What's For Dinner Dad' by Yindi Newman
Kimberley Calling - Mollly's Wild World by Paul Bell
Broome - Sobrane and the Wall by Matthew Adams
Roebuck Bay - Drama - What's For Dinner Dad by Yindi Newman
Best Roebuck Bay - Comedy - Smart Brian Cooks Mud Crabs by Damon Lockwood, Talei Howell-Price
Best Roebuck Bay - Documentary - The Shorebird Quest by Paul Bell
Roebuck Bay - Animation - by Dianne Bennett
Roebuck Bay - Music - Aviva by Mark Jones
Roebuck Bay - Science - Taking care of Mayingan Manja Balu monsoon vine thickets by Alex Smee, Nyamba Buru Yawuru, Environs Kimberley
Emerging Filmmaker - Veins of the Country and Flow by Sarah Laborde
Most Improved Filmmaker - Saving Seagrass by Gary Hamaguchi
Turn off your phone - Paul Zanetti ...
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