SCREEN EDGE FORUM

Welcome to the 11th Screen Edge Forum.

The Forum will be held in Wellington at Park Road Post on Friday, 19 May 2017 and
in Auckland at Owen G Glen Building, University of Auckland (UoA) on Saturday, 27 May 2017.

SHORT & SWEET

Presenters discuss what makes a compelling and cinematic short documentary. As an Academy Award® qualifying festival for short documentary, Doc Edge is committed to lifting the quality of NZ short documentaries enabling them to become serious contenders for the Oscars.

Speakers include:

Gabo Arora, Creative Director, United Nations VR Lab
Jean Tsien, Award-winning Editor/Producer/Consultant
Alexandre O. Philippe, Screenwriter/Producer/Director

KEY NOTE SPEAKERS

GABO ARORA
Creative Director, United Nations

NICK BROOMFIELD
Director & Producer, Whitney Can I Be Me

ALEXANDER BRACHET
Acclaimed Digital Storyteller, CEO & Founder of UPAIN 

WELLINGTON  |  19 MAY  | Park Road Post

SCHEDULE

AUCKLAND  |  27 MAY  | University of Auckland

SCHEDULE

Why attend Screen Edge Forum?
Testimonials from previous attendees

  • If we are continue to grow and thrive as a filmmaking community we need the Documentary NZ Trust to grow and thrive…and is an essential NZ organization.

    John Barnett, South Pacific Pictures

  • The Documentation NZ Trust contributes significantly to the internationalisation of New Zealand’s documentary and film talent.

    Tara Pradhan, International Relations Manager, Auckland Council

  • The Forum has established a practical and effective meeting place for ideas, commissioners and the marketplace.

    John Barnett, South Pacific Pictures

  • The fact that you put a good word in for us with other festivals, that you are out there flying the NZ flag and back here with advice on how to promote our films…it all makes living on the bottom of the world a little easier!

    Leanne Pooley, Spacific Films Limited, Filmmaker, NZ

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