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Little Teeth – Saving Sharks on Bali February 27, 2017

“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.

A W A R D S:
Best Ecological Topic – 2016 Silently 4 Short Underwater Movie Festival
Special Award Sea & Beach Tourism Film- Finisterra Arrábida Film Art & Tourism Festival, Portugal, 2017

F E S T I V A L   S C R E E N I N G S :
Moving Waters Film Festival, Bangalore, India, 2016
SILA Festival (Semi-Finalist), Italy, 2016
10th International Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival, Malaysia, 2016
MAFF | Matsalu Nature Film Festival, Estonia, 2016
Waimea Ocean Film Festival, Hawaii, 2017
PIPA Film Festival Surf & Outdoors, Brazil, 2017
San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival, 2017
South African Eco Film Festival, South Africa, 2017
International Nature Film Festival Gödöllö, Hungary, 2017
Shanghai International Green Film Week, 2017, China
ADEX Dive Expo China 2017
14th International Film Festival (IFF) „Water, sea & the oceans“ (Voda Moře Oceány), Czech Republic, 2017
SunChild 7th International Environmental Festival, October 13 – 17, Armenia, 2017
Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, New York / USA, 19-29 October, 2017
Voices from the Waters International Traveling Film Festival, October 18, 2017 India
Environmental Film Festival Albania, 2017
Green Screen Environmental Film Festival, Trinidad &Tobago 2017
Thunder Bay International Film Festival, Alpena, USA, JANUARY 24 – 28, 2018

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