"The Secret's of the Kimberley", produced by Trevor Almeida, is an official selection and North America premiere at the 2018 WCFF in New York on October 21 during Series 12. Q&A with Trevor and other film producers. Seating is limited, so get tickets before it sells out: vimeo.com/278047252
The WCFF informs, engage and inspires wildlife conservation through the power of film. Join us for our eight year anniversary in New York, NY, October 18-28, 2018. Ten days of film screenings, panel discussions, receptions, field trips, networking, Virtual Reality and more. Get your 2018 All Access Film Festival pass today: wcff.org/nyc-festival-2018/
SYNOPSIS: This is a look at a wild space from an angle rarely seen. It is a place lost in time. No towns, no roads, no people. At times it has a chilling sense of loneliness and silence. A world without humans. At 424,500 square kilometres it is bigger than Italy or Germany and has over 3000 uninhabited islands. It is the remote Kimberley coastline of Western Australia.
Onboard the "Olivia J", under the command of a veteran fisherman, a group of scientists and a photographer embark on a journey into one of Australia's least explored marine frontiers. What they find redefines their values and how they view the natural world. This film highlights the rare species of the region through amazing photography and describes the marine science being undertaken to improve our understanding of this incredible part of the world. From the mighty blow of a humpback whale to the crackles of armies of micro crabs feeding, this is a showcase of life great and small.
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