Aug 23 2017
So how do dolphins living in Roebuck Bay or humpback whales migrating key breeding grounds off the Kimberley use communication within their social societies?
Where The Hall, Univ Notre Dame, 88 Guy St, Broome
When Wednesday August 30 from 6 – 7 pm
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Aug 11 2017
The Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest featured 25 short films made by local filmmakers.The popular Film Fest featured footage from Roebuck Bay and the
Australian actor Steve Bastoni provided filmmaking / acting workshops with Film Fest Co-Director Shayne Thomson which paid off, with lots of entries from emerging filmmakers. MC Greg Quicke, aka #spacegandalf after appearances on Stargazing Live was a drawcard, along with Sobrane Simcock who painted a dancing brolga which she donated for silent auction, raising $1800 for the 2019 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest.
Check out the Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest website for details on the next Film Fest.
The MUD AND SALTwater SHORT FILM FEST is an initiative of the Roebuck Bay Working Group, and we thank the major funders: Cygnet Bay Pearls, State NRM though Royalties for Regions, Inspiring Australia and Rangelands NRM through the National Landcare Program. We also thanks the businesses and Not For Profit organisations who donated prizes and in kind support: Greg Quicke from Astro Tours, Betta Home Living, BK Signs, Broome Bird Observatory, Broome Broome Car Hire, Broome Whale Watching, Diverse Water Sports, Finn Films, Good Cartel, Harvey Norman, National Science Week, Pindan Printing, Sobrane Simcock, Sundowner Camel Tours , The Mangrove Hotel and Zanders.
Roebuck Bay Working Group is comprised of Traditional Owners and government, local community, conservation groups and business. We work collaboratively to solve issues, raise awareness and encourage research and monitoring which supports responsible management and protection of Roebuck Bay.