Mud and Saltwater Short Film Festival
The Mud and Saltwater Short Film Festival will showcase a series of short films about Broome’s remarkable Roebuck Bay.
The great news is that the Mud and Saltwater Short Film Festival will take place in September 2016 during the Shinju Matsuri Festival. The festival provides an opportunity to tell stories through short films about beautiful Roebuck Bay. Films can be any length to five minutes including credits with a focus on Roebuck Bay.
Roebuck Bay is an immensely beautiful embayment and a place of great value to Yawuru people and the community to enjoy a diverse range of cultural and recreational pursuits including fishing and boating, bird watching and picnicking. Through these activities, there are plenty of stories to tell through film. The films, many being made by local, professional filmmakers, will draw attention to the exceptional diversity of marine life that is rarely seen on the planet.
Broome, Western Australia
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