Welcome to the 2016 Fremantle Underwater Film Festival
You are invited to attend a special night of short underwater themed films by great amateur and professional producers. These films will show off the diversity and wonders of our blue planet.
The night aims to:
- Raise awareness about Maui Dolphins’ critically endangered status and how important people power is for creating positive change for our Underwater World.
- Raise funds for a Maui Dolphin Conservation Fund to enact effective means addressing some of the key issues facing Maui Dolphins’ and all other marine life: Overfishing, Pollution, Dead Zones, Coral Depletion, Acidification.
- Provide education about the importance of Marine Biodiversity Conservation and the precious nature of our Underwater World by using the talents of the vast ocean of film-makers within our global community.
A very big Thank You to our Sponsors
Click here to see our start some good campaign or search for startsomegood & Fremantle Underwater Film Festival.
You can contribute to getting the festival running this year by a donation or by purchasing a T shirt or tickets to the Fremantle screening. Once again we will also be very grateful for volunteers who might be keen to help on the night.
Please donate some money through our start some good campaign page to help cover some of the cost of running the festival such as hiring the venue and equipment.
Congratulations to our last years Winners!
Underwater World Category – Save Our Marine Life My Saltwater Sanctuary
Maui Dolphin Category – Juan Parada 55 and Counting
Homo Delphinus: An Ode to Freediver, Jacques Mayol Category – Yoram Zekri My Home
Sustainable Seafood Category – TISIRI Controlling Invasive Lionfish with Appetite
Audience Award – Julie Gautier Narcose