MARK JONES FILMS

camera. editor. producer. director. writer. activist.

 
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FEATURES

Undermined - Tales from the Kimberley

Australia’s vast and unspoiled Kimberley region is under threat, with mining, pastoralism and irrigated agriculture driving an unprecedented land grab. What will be left of over 200 remote Aboriginal communities?

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COMING SOON

The Serpents Tale

The Fitzroy river may be the last great "riverine cosmology" left on the planet. This film looks at the deep creation stories that bind 7 tribes who see the river as a living being.

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JUNBA.

The dance of the Wandjina people.

Mark collaborated with Mowanjum Arts Centre and the 3 Wandjina tribes to realise their dream of capturing Junba on Country.

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'THE WRECK'

TURA - Cutting edge music

They don't come more avante-garde that TURA music and enigmatic violinist Jon Rose.

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IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA.

BBC - Simon Reeve

The BBC's Simon Reeve joined Mark to catch a problem crocodile and visit one of the more pristine coastlines on the planet.

OLD COUNTRY NEW COUNTRY

The journey of a raft

A powerful parable about an old man (Uncle Roy) teaching "my two young sons" (Albert and Jeremy Wiggan) the ancient craft of making the Galwaa (raft) which has been used for thousands of generations. But as Executive Producer George Negus says: "This is a story about a lot more than just a raft..."

The awesome Kirsty Cockburn rounded up the formidable Negus Media presence.

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MUSIC CLIPS

Loren Kate - Solid Rock

A haunting and beautiful cover of the famous Goanna song.

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MENTOR PROGRAM

Kimberley Communities

A collaboration between myself and the Mowanjum Arts centre with the very talented Katie Breckon, Peter Croll and crew.

ENVIRONMENT

OGA

Working with the indefatigable Kate Sutton and born of the love of the ocean, Mark ventured into the corporate video world to work on an ethical business with sustainability at its heart.

COMMUNITY

Broome High School

Teaching the kids is paramount to building resilient societies.

CULTURAL LANDSCAPES

Kimberley Rock Art

Teaming up with the Kimberley Foundation Australia, the legendary George Negus, the Balangarra mob and the largest rock art estate on Earth.

 
 

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