Dec 2 2019
Paul Bell has won Best Cinematography for a Documentary, well done Paul and your talented supportive family. Best cinematography: Magical Land of Oz (Episode 1 – Oceans) Paul Bell, Dan Proud, Jon Shaw (Oxford Pictures Scientific Films) ABC in the 2019 AAFTA Awards. Fantastic work Paul up against big time professionals!!
Paul Bell from Feral Films in Broome WA, is a judge for the Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest. Over the last decade Paul has worked around the world as a freelance director, cameraman and editor for Lonely Planet TV, National Geographic, Discovery, Eurosport, ABC, SBS and CAAMA Television. Awards include Best International Documentary for Case 442 at the International Cherokee Film Festival in Toronto 2007 and the Best International Short Documentary for Jarlmadangah: Our Dream at the same festival in 2008. Paul’s short documentary, Walking on Country with Spirits (part of the UNU’s Indigenous Peoples’ Climate Change Video Brief Initiative) received the Special Jury Award at the Green Screen International Film Festival in Vancouver, 2011.
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Broome Whale Watching 'walk the talk', donating their profits from water bottle sales to the Roebuck Bay Working Group and Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest. THANK YOU BROOME WHALE WATCHING - aka CAMERON AND VAL, we really appreciate your generosity and respect your passion for keeping Roebuck Bay clean by keeping plastic water bottles off your boats.
www.roebuckbay.org.auWe just wanted to say thank you to all our guests and locals who have purchased one of our Broome Whale Watching water bottles this year. With your support we have been able to make another donation towards the Roebuck Bay Working Group. We ❤️ what this organisation does to PROTECT OUR BAY! Check them out at
A HUGE THANK YOU FROM ALL OF US AT BWW. 🙏🏻🐬🐢🙏🏻 ...
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