OFFICIAL SELECTION AT THE ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL MELBOURNE.
Please join us for the theatrical screening of our first Natural History/ Wildlife film at the Kino Cinema September 5. Details below
It still give me Shivers
It still gives me shivers!
Shooting this film in the Kimberley made me realise that a lot of Australians will never experience the unique and outstanding wildlife they have in their own back yard.
Unfortunately the Kimberley is " out of reach " for most of us. This means out of sight, out of mind and that it a real shame. Getting to the Kimberley is only available to a privileged few. It can cost us $10000 just to get on a special vessel to take you there. There are no roads, the nearest air strip is on a private mine site. You need a special and experienced captain to navigate there through the un surveyed waters and giant tides. This is Indigenous country and remains one of the planets most uninhabited regions.
I was lucky to spend some time there with a group of scientists and artists on an expedition into the remote areas. What we found was a unique wild world of creatures great and small. Geonewmedia documented this in a film called THE SECRETS OF KIMBERLEY. If you would like to come along to a private screening in Melbourne please join our mailing list.
Here is a clip from The Secrets of the Kimberley