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Graeme Hill interviews Tim Swanson Director of Tamil Stories

The conflict between Tamils and Sinhalese in Sri Lanka still goes on. Tamil refugees in New Zealand tell their stories

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Entertainment Weekly: Interview with the Directors of Whitney, Can I Be Me

Whitney Houston documentary directors: ‘We wanted to tell Whitney’s story from Whitney herself’

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The Independent review on Becoming Warren Buffett

HBO’s Becoming Warren Buffett shows some billionaires have a heart.

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Variety review on Last Men in Aleppo

Amid a recent influx of Syria-themed docs, Feras Fayyad’s Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner stands out for its rich craft and practical candor.

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People review on Whitney, Can I be Me

5 Surprising Revelations from the new Whitney Houston Documentary Whitney Can I Be Me

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10 Hot Docs films – NOW TORONTO

Whitney Can I be Me? and 78/52 are two of the top 10 picks of Hot Docs 2017. Screening at Doc Edge 2017. Not to be missed!

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RADIOLIVE: The Sound of Her Guitar Copy

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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CANVAS: A Brief Encounter with Justin Webster, director of “Gabo”

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Metro Magazine Review by David Larsen : Monterey

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Metro Magazine Review by David Larsen : Infinite Happiness

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RNZ: Lynn Freeman speaks to Alex Lee (Doc Edge) and Mareva Leu (FIFO)

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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RNZ: Kim Hill talks to Rokhsareh Ghaemmaghami

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Lucire: One Billion Lives

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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TV One: Rokhsareh Arrives in NZ

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Denizen: 5 Must-sees at Doc Edge 2016

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Stuff Entertainment: Princess Shaw – the YouTube star

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Stuff Entertainment: 10 Minutes with Dan Shanan

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Radio Live: James Croot Stuff Doc Edge Festival Review

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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RNZ: Sonia Sly talk to Lilibet Foster – Documentaries have the power to unite Copy

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Darren’s World: Doc Edge NZ Festival Preview

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RNZ: Dan Slevin talks to Dan Shanan, Exec Director of Doc Edge

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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NZ Festival :The Parent Trap – A Family Affair

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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One News: ENTERTAINMENT Doc Edge Festival back on track despite funding theft

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Stuff: Documentary Edge Festival 2016: Critters in short films

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Simon Sweetman:The Sound of Her Guitar

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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LISTENER: Highlights from the Doc Edge Festival 2016

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Mac + Mae: DocEdge 16 | Miners Shot Down

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Womans Day: Widow’s love story MY WONDERFUL LIFE WITH SPARTACUS

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Metro Magazine Review by Catherine McGregor : ‘Be Here Now’

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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James Croot Stuff Review: ‘Be Here Now’ a Powerful Festival Opener

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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RNZ: Sonia Sly talk to Lilibet Foster – Documentaries have the power to unite

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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RNZ: Kathryn Ryan talks to Micheal Woodford former President and CEO of Olympus Copy

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Hollywood Reporter: ‘Dressmaker’ Star Sarah Snook to Narrate Censored Doc, ‘The Opposition’

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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‘Be Here Now’ Follows Spartacus Star’s Cancer Battle

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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STUFF: Be Here Now follows Andy Whitfield’s cancer fight

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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RNZ: Kathryn Ryan talks to Micheal Woodford former President and CEO of Olympus

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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AV Club: “How to Dance in Ohio” wins Peabody

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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PARK ROAD POST: Park Road hosts the 10th annual Screen Edge Forum

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RADIOLIVE: Interview with Aaron Biebert, Director, “A Billion Lives”

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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PANASONIC: Panasonic New Zealand partners with Doc Edge Festival

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: Expresses concern at Iranian film director’s visa rejection

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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NEWSHUB: Festival Director Dan Shanan interview with Paul Henry on visa denial a blow to NZ’s reputation

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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RNZ: Award-winning doco maker’s visa rejected

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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NEWSHUB: Iranian film director declined entry to NZ

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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KWBU: Q & A with Abigail Disney, Armor of Light

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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STUFF: Acclaimed Iranian film director denied entry to NZ, named as overstayer risk

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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RADIOLIVE: The Sound of Her Guitar

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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NZ HERALD: Politician tries to block NZ festival screening film

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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ABC News: ‘Spartacus’ Actor Andy Whitfield’s Cancer Battle Documented in ‘Be Here Now’

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Harvard Law School: Panel Discussion of “The Armor of Light” documentary

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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STUFF: Documentary Edge Festival to launch in Wellington

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Fox 11: Vashti Whitfield and Lilibet Foster: “Be Here Now: The Andy Whitfield Story”

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Fox 11: Vashti Whitfield & Lilibet Foster: ‘The Andy Whitfield Story’

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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SCOOP: Spartacus Leads 52 Strong Programme for Doc Edge

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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Leanne Pooley, Spacific Films Limited, Filmmaker, NZ

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

Marc Boothe, B3 Media, UK

It’s crucial that you use Documentary Edge to leverage support, locally, nationally and internationally, to strengthen your core vision, but to also build a much needed bridge between this creative community and the wider documentary community around the world. Marc Boothe, B3 Media, UK (DOC Lab Mentor, 2010)

Professor Annie Goldson, University of Auckland, Filmmaker, NZ

Doc Edge is wonderful for our small tribe of filmmakers as the connection with the local and international communities is always so productive. Professor Annie Goldson, University of Auckland, Filmmaker, NZ

Frederick Marx, Academy Award winner

The service you are providing, not only to NZ filmmakers but those worldwide, is invaluable. Frederick Marx, Academy Award winner, USA

Claudia Pond-Eyley, Filmmaker

It is a great asset to New Zealand’s film making world to have the Documentary Edge Festival held annually here on these shores. May it long continue!!!!! Claudia Pond-Eyley, Filmmaker

Tara Pradhan, International Relations Manager, Auckland Council

The Documentation NZ Trust contributes significantly to the internationalisation of New Zealand’s documentary and film talent. Tara Pradhan, International Relations Manager, Auckland Council

Michael Brook, Film Auckland

The Forum has been a vital pan-industry event bringing together local and international participants to explore emerging trend and collaborative opportunities within documentary and transmedia. Michael Brook, Film Auckland

Sumner Burstyn, Cloud South Films

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

John Barnett, South Pacific Pictures

The Forum has established a practical and effective meeting place for ideas, commissioners and the marketplace. John Barnett, South Pacific Pictures

Amy O’Connor, Filmmaker

Documentary Edge is at the forefront of making sure that they present New Zealanders with the latest trends and innovations being produced overseas. Amy O’Connor, Filmmaker

Transmedia NZ

Transmedia NZ is proud to be working with the Screen Edge Forum to support the ongoing development of New Zealand’s screen production community, creating opportunities for collaboration and innovation, and the sharing of knowledge and ideas. Transmedia NZ

WCC: City partnership brings top documentary festival to Miramar film hub

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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LA WEEKLY: These L.A. Comedians Are Turning Their Women’s Basketball League Into a Phenomenon

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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RADIOLIVE: Talk Doco with Festival Directors Dan Shanan & Alex Lee

Supporters of an Iranian filmmaker banned from visiting New Zealand say they will ask various government ministers to intervene.

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