• <i>Golden Dawn Girls</i>

    Golden Dawn Girls

    Family is a controversial but comforting institution in Golden Dawn Girls, Norwegian filmmaker Håvard Bustnes’ profile of the women in the life of an imprisoned leader of Greek far-right party Golden Dawn.
  • <i>Leitis In Waiting</i>

    Leitis In Waiting

    An inspiring insight into queer lives in the Pacific, the Tonga Leitis, an intrepid group of Tongan transgender women fighting a rising tide of religious fundamentalism in the Kingdom of Tonga.
  • <i>Genesis 2.0</i>

    Genesis 2.0

    The search for woolly mammoth DNA ripe for cloning is the focus of Genesis 2.0. The hunt for this white gold at the remotest edge of Siberia reveals a scenario of the future that may well turn our world upside down.
  • <i>Anote’s Ark</i>

    Anote’s Ark

    An important film about climate change and the struggle of a low lying Pacific island. Kiribati President Anote Tong races to find a way to protect his people and culture against the rising tide covering their island nation.
  • <i>George Michael: <br>Freedom: The Director’s Cut</i>

    George Michael:
    Freedom: The Director’s Cut

    A deeply autobiographical, feature documentary. George Michael takes us through his musical life, struggles with his public life and looks honestly at his very private life.

Doc Edge Festival 2018

An Oscar® qualifying, New Zealand’s only and Australasia’s premiere international documentary film festival.  Check out the previews above. Full programme will be released late March 2018.

Roxy Cinema, Wellington    9 – 20 May
Q Theatre, Auckland    23 May – 4 June

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