Little Teeth – Saving Sharks on Bali

“Little Teeth – Saving Sharks on Bali” accompanies the work of a shark rescue center on Bali, probably the only one of its kind in the world. “Bali Sharks” offers fishermen an alternative to killing the sharks they catch in their nets. After a period of rehabilitation, the sharks are released back into a nearby marine protected area. The organization also runs eco-tours and education projects about sharks with school classes on Bali.

The film was released in September 2016 and has been chosen as official selection on of a number of film festivals in 2016, like the Moving Waters Film Festival in India, Matsalu Nature Film Festival in Estonia, the Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival in Malaysia, the New York Wildlife and Conservation Film Festival, followed by the Waimea Ocean Film Festival Hawaii in 2017, the South African Eco Film Festival and San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival. It has also won the prize for the best ecological topic at the 2016 Silently Short Underwater Movie Festival in Serbia.

Project Details

Client : Bali Sharks
Skills : Documentary, Indonesia

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