Dec 9 2020
Tickets will be available in early 2021 for the two screenings of the Mud and Saltwater on June 4 and 5, 2021 (always books out). The 2021 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest will celebrate World Environment Day. As such, filmmakers have the chance to win the much sought after ‘Muddy Award’ for the Best in Fest and Best Film, Best Roebuck Bay Film, Best Kimberley Calling Film and Best Film with a World Environment Day Message.
The oldest outdoor picture theatre, Sun Pictures, will be full of atmosphere for the screenings of the short films about Roebuck Bay, Broome and the Kimberley region, with local filmmakers capturing the stories, culture and landscape of our iconic region and the people that call it home. What is especially unique about the short films, is that they are made by filmmakers who live and or work in the Kimberley region, providing a unique insight into our way of life, values, sense of humour and talents.
Thanks to our major sponsors: Rangelands NRM with support from the Federal Government National Landcare Program, Sobrane Gallery, Cygnet Bay Pearls, Inspiring Australia and Broome Whale Watching. Thanks to our 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, Unbound Sound and the University of Notre Dame.
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Sun Pictures - Carnarvon Street
Broome Western Australia 6725
0400 003 864 Kandy Curran
0427 502 822 Pia Boyer