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)
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Thanks to the fantastic volunteers who helped out at the two sellout screenings of the 2021 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest at Sun Pictures this year. Everyone is saying that this year was the best, and we couldnt have done it without your enthusiasm and community spirit.. Thanks Legends 🙂 THANK YOU...Matthew Adams, Bruce Barker, Georgie Barnes, Ray Boyer, Ron Carthew, Claudia & John Curran, Kathryn Dryball, Sharon Ferguson, Liz Hoy, Jesse Kelly, Amanda Lilleyman, Grey Mackay, Grace Maglio, Nalina Mudloc, John Platt, Jo Statham and Sarah McSweeney.Thanks to our major sponsors Rangelands NRM, National Landcare Program, Sobrane Gallery, Cygnet Bay Pearls, Inspiring Australia, Yane Sotiroski Photography.Thanks to the prize donors: Broome Betta Electrical, Broome Bird Observatory, Camera Electronic, Good Cartel, Reef Chief, Willie Pearl Lugger Cruises.Thanks for your generous in kind support: Broome Fringe Festival, Broome Historical Walking Tours, Feral Films, Goolarri Media, Kimberley Kolors, Mark Jones Films, Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media, Press Play, Sun Pictures. ...