Art by Marion Le Crayon
Fremantle Underwater Film Festival (FUFF) is a not for profit, independent, grassroots, social and environmental movement for positive change for the ocean. FUFF is an underwater short film festival held in its hometown, the City of Fremantle and in regional venues around Western Australia.
With each show that FUFF screens they aim to:
Share interesting, fun and thought-provoking films
Showcase the work of talented local and global underwater filmmakers
Raise-awareness of endangered and critically endangered marine species
Raise funds for marine biodiversity conservation action through ticket sales
Promote the coastal City of Fremantle as a unique, Australian place where the community is made up of caring ambassadors for the underwater world.
This year FUFF has partnered with OceanLife Festival and is holding screenings on Friday the 13th of January to Sunday the 15th of January 2023 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm. To see all the films being showcased on each night follow this link to the FUFF Program
Photograph by Blake Mountford