Scientists and artists attempt to explore the isolated Kimberley marine region through some innovative photographic techniques and randomly discover a new natural world. The Kimberley is one of the most ecologically diverse areas of the world. Its marine ecosystems are amongst the world's most pristine. At 424,500 square kilometres the Kimberley is bigger than Italy or Germany and it has over 3000 uninhabited islands.
This documentary takes you on an expedition into this remote region with a team made up of an artist and scientists. What they find redefines their values and how they view the natural world. It showcases one of the last great wilderness areas through incredible wildlife-great and small.
The Secrets of the Kimberley won 'Best Ecosystem Film' at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in New York 2018.
This film would be suitable for secondary students in the curriculum areas of Environmental Science, Marine Science, Science, Art, and Photography.
Duration: 35 minutes
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