Mud & Saltwater Film Fest judges L to R, Paul Bell (Feral Films), Neil Turner (Pilbara & Kimberley Aboriginal Media) & Mark Jones. Paul, Neil and Mark, professional filmmakers in Broome, will be on hand if required.
Are you interested in making a 2 Minute Film in 3 Days in early September 2020 with a prize for the Best 2 Minute Film. Filmmakers need to register: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2 Minute Film in 3 Days event runs Saturday, Sunday & Monday (5-7th Sept 2020), with a free screening of the films on Monday 7th Sept at Matso’s at 7pm. On the Saturday and Sunday (5-6th Sept) filmmakers can call on the Mud and Saltwater Film Fest judges Paul Bell and Mark Jones for filmmaking help, then on Monday, filmmakers can go to Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media (PAKAM) for post-production help if needed. You will need your own filmmaking equipment, however if you require a computer to edit your film, computers are available with professional filmmaking software at PAKAM on Monday 7th Sept, 2020.This is a great opportunity to make a short film for the 2021 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest, with time after the event to further improve your film.
SHORT FILMS NEED TO FIT ONE OF THE CATEGORIES BELOW:
ROEBUCK BAY (WA)
Drama/Narrative Actors, lights, camera…action
Documentary Non-fiction & documenting an aspect of reality
Science Short With a science edge on any aspect of Roebuck Bay
Comedy Can your short film make someone laugh?
Animation Using animation from claymation to computer generated imagery
Music Short Integrating a song and imagery
BROOME (WA) About Broome, with a focus on the natural, cultural or heritage values (any genre)
KIMBERLEY CALLING (WA) About the Kimberley with a focus on the natural, cultural or heritage values (any genre)
Have you got your short film ready for the 2021 Mud and Saltwater Shorty Film Fest? Closing date for short films entries through FilmFreeway is April 30 2021 (closes). More exciting news - tickets are open now www.ticketebo.com.au/mud-and-saltwater-short-film-festival for the 2021 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest which will screen in the Broome Fringe Festival at Sun Pictures Broome June 4-5 2021. More information and entry details are on www.mudandsaltwater.org.au and if you have further enquiries, contact; Producer Pia Boyer PiaBoyer@hotmail.com Director Kandy Curran email@example.com ...
Tickets are available for the 2021 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest 'Premiere' on June 4 and June 5 a special screening of the 2021 'Award Winning Short Films & Features'. 🤩🎥🎧www.ticketebo.com.au/mud-and-saltwater-short-film-festivalThe films, screened at Sun Pictures on World Environment Day, will celebrate Roebuck Bay, Broome & the Kimberley region - areas of high planetary biodiversity. There is also a screening on June 12 at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm on the Dampier Peninsula.Super exciting to see quality entries coming in starring awesome Kimberley talent! Thanks to major sponsors: Rangelands NRM, National Landcare Program, Sobrane Gallery, Cygnet Bay Pearls, Inspiring Australia, Yane Sotiroski Photography and Broome Whale Watching. Thanks to donors Broome Betta Electrical, Broome Bird Observatory, Camera Electronic, Feral Films, Good Cartel, Mark Jones Films, Murranji Photography, Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media, Press Play. ...
Filmmakers Alert, you have six weeks to submit your entries in this years Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest (submit by April 30, 2021). The 2021 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest will be a premiere event on World Environment Day and Broome Fringe Festival, with over 20 short films screened at Sun Pictures on June 4-5 and Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm June 12.This year’s categories are Roebuck Bay, Broome and Kimberley WA in the genres of comedy, drama-narrative, documentary, music, animation and science. The films will be judged by professional filmmakers Mark Jones, Paul Bell, Neil Turner and WA Performing Arts academic Dr Michael McCall, with prizes for the winning films in each category.For more info go to mudandsaltwater.org.auThe Film Fest is an initiative of the Roebuck Bay Working Group, with sponsors: Rangelands NRM, National Landcare Program, Sobrane Gallery, Cygnet Bay Pearls, Yane Sotiroski Photography, Camera Electronics, Inspiring Australia, Broome Whale Watching, Feral Films, Mark Jones Films, Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media, Broome Bird Observatory, Good Cartel, Betta Home Electrical, Press Play, Unbound Sound and Murranji Photography. ...
A documentary is being made about David Gulpilil’s life, an incredible actor and dancer, my favourite actor. Incredible performances in Walkabout, The Tracker, Crocodile Dundee, Rabbit Proof Fence, Sattelite Boy, The Last Wave, Storm Boy and more. ...
Make sure you go to the Civic Centre, 6.30pm Tuesday March 9 to see The Serpents Tale. An absolutely brilliant film Directed by Mark Jones and Produced by the Martuwarra Council. Filmmakers will be inspired to see this breathtakingly beautiful film 🎥 and hear traditional owners explaining their deep cultural connection with the Mutuwarra (Fitzroy River). Liberal candidate for the Mining and Pastoral Region Neil Thompson, Nations candidate Millie Hills, Labor candidate Divinia DÁnna and Greens candidate Naomi Pigram will speak at the event.The film has incredible animations created by Bernadette Agatha Trench Thiedman. The Serpents Tale follows the ancestral being Martuwarra along its course and documents its creation stories told by six language groups who live along it.The Fitzroy River is the largest registered Aboriginal Cultural Heritage site in WA and considered a living, sacred ancestral being to Traditional Owners who have lived on the river for tens of thousands of years.Listen to Dr Anne Poelina who is such an an exceptional person and speaker, filmmaker and custodian of the Martuwarra. LISTEN HERE: bit.ly/3jH6Fh6Photo: martuwarrafitzroyriver.org/...