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Forum

An industry conference of seminars, panel discussions, masterclasses and networking opportunities.

Doc Edge Forum is an annual industry conference that brings together local and international film, television and interactive media professionals, practitioners and stakeholders. The Forum offers a curated selection of seminars, panel discussions, masterclasses and networking opportunities. It also incorporates Doc Edge Pitch, a documentary pitching forum for shorts, features and television series.

OPENING DOORS FOR DOCOS

The Auckland Doc Edge Forum offers a selection of bespoke panel discussions with local and international experts that will educate and inspire filmmakers to think creatively and to find effective solutions to audience engagement. Panel discussions will investigate the latest trends in distribution strategy, international co-productions and VOD.

The Auckland programme also looks at current and important issues within the local documentary industry and give unique access to decision makers, funding agencies and visiting filmmakers. The Doc Edge Forum concludes with a casual networking opportunity for attendees to discuss partnerships with like-minded professionals.

 

The Wellington Doc Edge Forum offers three masterclasses from established, professional filmmakers from Australia, Canada and the USA. They will share their creative and strategic approach to documentary filmmaking, with each masterclass focusing on the filmmakers’ unique areas of expertise.

  • Alexandre O. Philippe (CH/USA) – Documentary Screenwriting
  • John Walker (CAN) – The Cinematographer as Filmmaker
  • Rebecca Barry (AUS) – Impact Producing

The day’s programme is designed to give mid-level screen industry professionals the opportunity to upskill in both practical filmmaking techniques and strategic audience engagement.  The Forum will conclude with networking drinks at The Roxy.

Free pass to Memory: The Origins of Alien:
Directed by Alexandre O. Philippe, Memory: The Origins of Alien will be screened at The Roxy at 9pm on 14 June.  The Wellington Forum Pass will also grant admission to this screening.

 

Doc Edge Forum is an annual industry conference that brings together local and international film, TV and interactive media professionals, practitioners and stakeholders. Doc Edge Forum offers a curated selection of seminars, panel discussions, masterclasses and networking opportunities. Doc Edge Forum also incorporates Doc Edge Pitch, a documentary pitching forum for shorts, features and TV series.

OPENING DOORS FOR DOCOS

The Auckland Doc Edge Forum will offer a selection of bespoke panel discussions with local and international experts that will educate and inspire filmmakers to think creatively and find effective solutions to audience engagement. Panel discussions will investigate the latest trends in distribution strategy, international co-productions and VOD. The Auckland programme will also look at current and important issues within the local documentary industry and give unique access to decision makers, funding agencies and visiting filmmakers. The Doc Edge Forum will conclude with a casual networking opportunity for attendees to discuss partnerships with like-minded professionals.

The Wellington Doc Edge Forum will offer three masterclasses from established, professional filmmakers from Australia, Canada and the USA. They will share their creative and strategic approach to documentary filmmaking, with each masterclass focusing on the filmmakers’ unique areas of expertise.

  • Alexandre O. Philippe (CH/USA) – Documentary Screenwriting
  • John Walker (CAN) – The Cinematographer as Filmmaker
  • Rebecca Barry (AUS) – Impact Producing

The day’s programme is designed to give mid-level screen industry professionals the opportunity to upskill in both practical filmmaking techniques and strategic audience engagement.  The Forum will conclude with networking drinks at The Roxy.

Free pass to Memory: The Origins of Alien:
Directed by Alexandre O. Philippe, Memory: The Origins of Alien will be screened at The Roxy at 9.00pm on June 14.  The Wellington Forum Pass will also grant admission to this screening.

Both Friday Day Pass and Two Day Pass are SOLD OUT.

AUCKLAND PASSES

Early Bird until 3 May

Full Pass

$175 One-day pass Friday or Saturday

$325 Two-day pass Friday & Saturday

Guild Pass*

$150 One-day pass Friday or Saturday

$275 Two-day pass Friday & Saturday

Student Pass

$75 One-day pass Friday or Saturday

$125 Two-day pass Friday & Saturday

Regular 4 – 30 May

Full Pass

$200 One-day pass Friday or Saturday

$350 Two-day pass Friday & Saturday

Guild Pass*

$175 One-day pass Friday or Saturday

$300 Two-day pass Friday & Saturday

Student Pass

$100 One-day pass Friday or Saturday

$150 Two-day pass Friday & Saturday

WELLINGTON PASSES

Early Bird until 3 May

Full Pass

$175

Guild Pass*

$150

Student Pass

$75

Regular 4 May – 13 June

Full Pass

$200

Guild Pass*

$175

Student Pass

$100

    • The Forum is open to all by registration. Price includes morning/afternoon tea and lunch
    • All Prices are exclusive of GST (15%) and booking fees of (2.5%)
    • *The concession is available to screen industry guild members
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