Nov 27 2018
December 15, 2018
‘LEARN TO MAKE SHORT FILMS WITH AN IPHONE’
This is the second workshop to help you make a short film with in iPhone or iPad. Filmmaker Brad Turton makes and edits his films on his iPhone, so he’s the man to teach you, with considerable experience in the film industry, including acting, directing and filmmaking. The Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest wants to help you make and improve your films, so are offering workshops prepare you for the 2019 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest. The short films needs to have links to the natural, cultural and heritage values of Roebuck Bay and Kimberley WA. Check out the films from 2015, 2017 and 2018 to get an idea of just how far you can go! A good motto, is keep them family friendly 🙂
Where Broome Community Resource Centre, 40 Dampier Terrace, Chinatown
When December 15, 2018
Nov 27 2018
Due to popular demand, we are running this workshop again. Working with minimal gear and preparation for absolute beginners to experienced video shooters. With practical demonstrations using a smartphone. Led by Matthew Adams, winner of ‘Best Documentary’ and ‘Best in Fest in the 2018 Mud and SAltwater Short Film Fest.
Where Community Resource Centre, 40 Dampier Terrace, Chinatown
When December 8, 2018 from 1-3pm
Nov 21 2018
Thinking making a documentary for the 2019 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest? Matthew Adams will lead a FREE filmmaking workshop Saturday November 24th, 1-3pm, Lotteries House, Broome. Matthew won ‘Best Documentary’ & ‘Best in Fest’ in the 2018 Mud & Saltwater Short Film Fest so he’s the man to help you
‘STORYTELLING IN THE COMMUNITY – TIPS AND TRICKS TO A SUCCESSFUL DOCUMENTARY SHORT WORKING WITH MINIMAL GEAR AND PREPARATION – FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS TO EXPERIENCED VIDEO SHOOTERS – WITH PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATIONS USING A SMARTPHONE.’
Where Lotteries House, 620 Cable Beach Road, Broome
When Saturday November 24, 2018
Nov 20 2018
In 2015, a committed group of Indigenous saltwater managers from communities along the Kimberley coastline came together, with support from the WA Marine Science Institution, to deliver the ground breaking Kimberley Indigenous Saltwater Science Project.
With a charter of supporting best practice marine monitoring, research and management across the Kimberley, ISWAG plays an important role in Indigenous management of saltwater Country in our region.
Where The Hall, University of Notre
Dame, 88 Guy St Broome
When Wed Nov 28, 6 – 7:00pm
Free Gold coin donations welcome
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.