Bom Bali

Two hundred and two people died when Indonesian terrorists exploded bombs in two of the island's most popular nightspots; the Sari Club and Paddy's Pub. Several hundred others survived, many with horrific injuries. Drama documentary about the 2002 Bali night club bombings, with contributions from survivors, rescuers and the bombers themselves.
1 hour documentary in co-production with DocLab (Italy) for SBS, Screen Australia, ScreenWest, ARTE (France), RAI (Italy), WDR (Germany), UR Sweden The horrific attacks of October 12th 2002 are remembered by the Balinese in one simple phrase: 'Bom Bali'. Two hundred and two people died when Indonesian terrorists exploded bombs in two of the island's most popular nightspots: the Sari Club and Paddy's Pub. Several hundred others survived, many with horrific injuries. Awards: 2008 Golden Tripod Award, Australian Cinematographers' Society. Hors Concours Award, 2007 Banff World Festival Television Award Competition. Outstanding Achievement Award (Documentary Production), 2007 Western Australian Screen Awards.
Year: 2006
Client:      Electric Pictures
Editor: Lawrie Silvestrin
Producer: Andrew Ogilvie
Director: Steve Westh
IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0880443/

Two hundred and two people died when Indonesian terrorists exploded bombs in two of the island's most popular nightspots; the Sari Club and Paddy's Pub. Several hundred others survived, many with horrific injuries.

Drama documentary about the 2002 Bali night club bombings, with contributions from survivors, rescuers and the bombers themselves.

1 hour documentary in co-production with DocLab (Italy) for SBS, Screen Australia, ScreenWest, ARTE (France), RAI (Italy), WDR (Germany), UR Sweden

The horrific attacks of October 12th 2002 are remembered by the Balinese in one simple phrase: 'Bom Bali'. Two hundred and two people died when Indonesian terrorists exploded bombs in two of the island's most popular nightspots: the Sari Club and Paddy's Pub. Several hundred others survived, many with horrific injuries.

Awards:
2008 Golden Tripod Award, Australian Cinematographers' Society.
Hors Concours Award, 2007 Banff World Festival Television Award Competition.
Outstanding Achievement Award (Documentary Production), 2007 Western Australian Screen Awards.

Andrew Ogilvie