Win a trip to FIFO, Oceanian International Documentary Film Festival 2018 in TAHITI
Doc Edge is proud to provide an exciting opportunity to visit FIFO, International Oceanian Documentary Film Festival 2018 in Tahiti, courtesy of Air Tahiti Nui. The prize includes:
• Flights for two to Tahiti with Air Tahiti Nui
• Four nights at the Tahiti Pearl Beach Resort in an Ocean View Jacuzzi room.
• Four day festival pass to FIFO
Entries close on 6 June 2017
TN102 Sunday 4th February 2018,
arrive Tahiti Saturday 3th February 2018.
TN101 Wednesday 7th February 2018,
arrive Auckland Thursday 8th February 2018.
* Any 4 night set of dates between Friday 2nd February to Monday 12th February 2018.
* Stay cannot be split
* Reservation must be made immediately after the competition & no later than 30 June 2017
Festival Pass Valid from
Saturday 3rd Feb until Tuesday 6th Feb.
Includes full-access pass, transfers, screenings, workshops and entertainment courtesy of FIFO.
Entrants must be over 18 years old at the time of the competition.
No cash refund or exchange for any element of this competition.
Terms are strictly as outlined.
For general inquiries about the competition please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
AIR TAHITI NUI
- Bookings will need to be made immediately after the competition & no later than 30 June 2017
- Air Tahiti Nui voucher covers 2 x Economy class return airfares from Auckland to Papeete (Tahiti)
- Valid only on flight(s): TN102 SUN 04 Feb 2018 Auckland to Papeete (arriving SAT 03 Feb 2018)
- Returning TN101 WED 07 Feb 2018 Papeete to Auckland – arriving THU 08 Feb 2018
- Air Tahiti Nui takes no responsibility should prize winner(s) be unable to travel on dates specified. Dates are non-transferrable.
- Air Tahiti voucher does not include NZ domestic airfares – these will be at prize winner’s expense.
- Air Tahiti Nui voucher does not include accommodation/land arrangements in Tahiti.
- Air Tahiti Nui takes no responsibility if seats for these flights are unavailable if prize winner fails to book within 2 x week of prize draw.
- Copy of valid passport(s) will be required when booking, and correct documentation is required for entry into French Polynesia.
- Visas, if required will be the responsibility of the prize winner(s)
- Flights are non-upgradeable
- Government taxes and border/airport levies are not included as part of this prize, and these are payable to Air Tahiti Nui at the time of booking. (Approximately $123 per person).
- Changes made once tickets have been issued = $50 per ticket, per change
- Cancellation within 7 days of departure is NOT permitted.
- This voucher is non-transferable, has NIL cash value, is not valid for resale – prize cannot be traded. Prize is Valid for the number of persons stipulated who must travel together on the same itinerary/flights/dates.
- Festival will be taking place from 3-11 February 2018
- Festival pass for two.
- Dates of access to the Festival Saturday 3th February to Tuesday 6th February 2018.
- Festival pass cannot be exchanged for cash and is non-transferable.
TAHITI PEARL BEACH RESORT
- Prize is for room only: four nights in an Ocean View Jacuzzi room.
- Date of occupancy: Any four nights set of dates between Friday 2nd February to Monday 12th February 2018.
- Stay cannot be split.
- Meals and beverages and additional activities are not included.
- Accommodation cannot be exchanged for cash and is non-transferable.
The competition package is dependent on availability of flights with Air Tahiti Nui for the dates specified. There is no guarantee that flights will be available to coincide with FIFO festival. If flights are not available on the dates specified, the winner will have the option to book the flights and accommodation for a different period and will forgo the FIFO element. Terms may be subject to change.
Your contact details will be held by Doc Edge, Air Tahiti Nui and Tahiti Pearl Beach Resort and may be used for promotional purposes by the organisations participating in the competition. Your details will not be sold or given to any third party organisation.
Doc Edge is proud to support this competition in conjunction with Air Tahiti Nui, FIFO and Tahiti Pearl Beach Resort.
The role of Doc Edge is to promote documentary, create healthy audience appreciation for documentary and make New Zealand a documentary destination on the world stage.
Doc Edge runs the annual Doc Edge International Documentary Film Festival, New Zealand’s only dedicated documentary film festival. Held in Wellington and Auckland, the Festival showcases the best films from New Zealand and around the world and includes Gala Film Awards, Doc Talks, Docs 4 Schools and Q & As with filmmakers and other events.
‘Ia Orana’ and welcome to Air Tahiti Nui, the International Airline of the islands of Tahiti …
Air Tahiti Nui is a full-service carrier operating wide-body Airbus A340-300 aircraft from Auckland, to Tahiti and connecting onwards to Los Angeles and Paris. Journey time to Tahiti is just 5 hours. Air Tahiti Nui’s partnerships include American Airlines, Delta, Air France, Air New Zealand, Qantas and the SNCF rail system in France.
FIFO is not just a festival. It’s a strong shout coming from the huge Pacific proclaiming that Oceania does exist. On the field of documentary it’s a major rendez-vous awaited by Film, TV professionals & decision makers of the French and English speaking islands of the region, as well as anyone interested in the 7th continent. It takes place in Tahiti in February. FIFO hosts the Oceanian Television Dialogue, a documentary film market, the Oceanian Short Film Night, a pitch dating, digital encounters, Pacific festivals meeting, and free workshops for amateurs. Directors give their insights on their films during the « Inside the doc » sessions with the public.
FIFO receives more than a hundred films each year. Among which thirty are selected.
The competition films compete for 1 Main Prize and 3 Special Jury prizes. All the documentaries (competition and off-competition) are in the running for the Public Prize. Each prize is cash awarded.
From its first edition in 2004, FIFO has succeeded at presenting a multiplicity of viewpoints on islands of Oceania sometimes very distant from each other.
Far from simply showing exceptional landscapes and peculiar daily lives, the Festival soon turned out to be very concerned about preserving the memory of practices, rituals and beliefs, about perpetuating customs. It became the spokesperson for conflicts, malaises, worries and hardships of the South Pacific Islands.
Word has increasingly relied on Image to tell history, to express anger or hope, show unsuspected realities or paint exceptional portraits. And as the world changes, new issues raised.
Documentary films today, whether they come from Australia, New Zealand, Vanuatu or Easter Island, ask real questions about society : how can tradition and modernity fuse in harmony? Does the recognition of identity necessarily call for the indictment of the colonialist? How do we move beyond the cultural clash, and appropriate it?
How to reconcile one’s mixed origins? What can be done for the sustainable development of the islands without damaging the environment? How do we choose to live? How do we change our societies?
The problems are set out, and fortunately, some answers are given, at FIFO.