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New marine-themed artwork from Dan and Emma Monceaux debuts at Port Adelaide art exhibition

Tweet While Emma and I have been hard at work adding the finishing touches to our feature-length documentary film Cuttlefish Country, we’ve also found time for a little art making. We recently joined the Port Adelaide Artists Forum (PAAF) and over the

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Cuttlefish Country & Cuttle Scuttle production update

Tweet It’s January 2016, and Emma and I have been working on Cuttlefish Country and the enormous body of research associated with it, practically full time for the past four and a half years. We are thrilled to say that

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Cuttle Scuttle computer game (public Beta) now available on itch.io

Tweet Back in 2013, we began work on a side-project, designed to tie in with the making of our documentary film Cuttlefish Country. Two years later, we’re pleased to say that the game, Cuttle Scuttle, is now available for you to

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Cuttle Scuttle arcade game prototype hits the mark

Tweet A novel Cuttlefish Country side-project is making some exciting progress. Late last year, a chance meeting with Adam Jenkins from the University of South Australia led to the development of an early prototype of a retro arcade game called Cuttle Scuttle. The

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Cuttlefish Country documentary film trailer now online

Tweet It’s been a long, winding road of research and production work since our tiny dedicated team first applied ourselves to telling the story of Cuttlefish Country. For those of you who’ve been following our work since this website was

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Special thanks to our film’s ecotourism sponsors in SA and WA

Tweet One of the more positive relationships between people and the sea which we explore in our film Cuttlefish Country  is shown through the experience of eco-tourism. In fact, it’s how we were personally introduced to the Giant Australian Cuttlefish

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Want us to bring our Cuttlefish Country documentary film to your town? Demand it!

Tweet If issues related to coastal and industrial development, extractive industries, pollution, governance and environmental impacts resonate with you or your community, we’d love to hear from you. In fact, we’d like you to help us plan our screening tour,

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A fishing closure, a marine park sanctuary zone, a desal plant and an iron ore export jetty

Tweet As the 2012 Giant Australian Cuttlefish breeding season in Upper Spencer Gulf approaches, South Australian Government departments are sending mixed messages regarding measures to protect the internationally-acclaimed wildlife phenomenon. Today, an extension to the fishing closure was announced, extending

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Special thanks to our documentary film sponsors

Tweet Our work on our Cuttlefish Country documentary feature film has not gone unnoticed, nor unsupported. In addition to our growing community of Facebook fans, Twitter followers and petition signatories, this post is an important acknowledgement of several organisations and

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Final LEGO donations sought for Cuttlefish Country animations

Tweet Our LEGO animated set-building continues, as we progress with our work on the documentary feature film Cuttlefish Country. After drafting the chapter-by-chapter structure of the film and commencing the scripting process, we have decided to include a few additional sequences

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