The Doc Edge International Documentary Film Festival is back for its 18th year
We are excited to bring you Doc Edge Festival 2023 for yet another season. So […]
Doc Edge is launching an annual membership with an exclusive Netflix film “The Volcano: Rescue […]
Early bird submission will run from 15 – 30 November 2022
“Sundance wants diversity, but it doesn’t want diversity of thought.”
The name’s Bond, James Bond – and it’s a curse. The world premiere of “The […]
‘All That Breathes’ makes you re-think what you know about compassion, climate justice, political resistance, […]
Doc Edge held their annual awards as part of their 2022 festival at The Civic […]
This wonderful festival will showcase 113 films over 40 days, with Wellington getting its turn […]
When the Norwegian band topped the charts in the 80s they arrived on the wings […]
Thirty years ago, three children disappeared from the same street in a small town in […]
The author of The Stupidity Paradox, Business Bullshit and The Wellness Syndrome, also features in […]
A film about the man behind the drag artist, Drew Blood, as he finds a […]
The life and times of the man born Kenneth Bruce Gorelick are explored in a […]
The Doc Edge Film Festival is back, opening windows on some astonishing realities.
The film industry has been drastically upset by Covid over the past two years. Director […]
World premieres, short films, animated features and more. Can’t make it to the cinema? Stream […]
A multi-talented performer who was part of the No 1 comedy act in America, a […]
The band’s anarcho-punk politics, surviving one-hit-wonder label and finding ways to be hopeful.
After looking through the line-up and previewing a selection, we’ve come up with a list […]
Kathryn Ryan speaks with drummer Spenser Murray and director Mark Bone.
Penman, who grew up in Feilding and lived in Palmerston North, has been working hard […]
Lydia’s street arts battles in a new documentary, The Art of Rebellion, to be screened […]
Ithaka documents 76-year-old John Shipton’s campaign to free his son, Julian Assange.
Graeme Hill look’s forward to it every year because he loves a documentary …
New Zealand’s best kept secret to attend the Doc Edge Forum in June
Festival 2022 full programme over 100 impactful films is now live
Doc Edge announces 10 new films for their biggest, boldest festival yet.
Doc Edge introduced the first sixteen films for the upcoming Film Festival 2022.
With a strong sense of family, care and love at their core, these films invite […]
We are calling for original photographs to be submitted for the 2022 campaign of the […]
We’re calling for XR (Extended Reality) submissions to include in our annual exhibition. If you […]
We are currently looking for three talented people to join our team. Find out more […]
Calling all budding filmmakers, secondary and tertiary! Enter our Student Short Film Competition here
Submit now to enter Doc Edge Festival 2022, in cinemas and online in June. Extended […]
The Doc Edge Bubble has now closed, however, we continue to have some free viewing […]
We’re excited to open registrations for this year’s round of Doc Edge Clinics. We’ve got […]
20th Anniversary of 9/11 on Doc Edge Virtual Bubble
Loading Docs and Doc Edge partner to celebrate new short documentary collection with an online […]
Doc Edge in association with The Rebel Film Collective, are proud to present a special […]
Director Anrick Bregman, will conduct experience as a virtual live guide through Camp Century.
From pirates to marine predators, enjoy these cinematic feasts for the senses.
James Croot of Stuff Entertainment reviewed eight great documentaries.
Kiwi-born, Emmy-nominated filmmaker Sally Aitken took home the big wins tonight at the Doc Edge […]
Doc Edge Festival 2021 programme launched
Heather Croall is honoured as the recipient of the 2021 Doc Edge Festival Superhero Award.
After a whirlwind 2020 when it became one of the first festivals online, the Academy […]
RNZ’s Kathryn Ryan interviews Barbora Kysilkova, the subject of The Painter and the Thief, which […]
.Bringing Aucklanders together for one day of exceptional films on the big screen at The […]
Three extraordinary documentaries at Auckland’s iconic venue, The Civic, Sunday 22 November.
Read the official Doc Edge media release on 2020 Awards Winners.
A film that chronicles how Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte uses social media to spread disinformation
“We had three options: cancel, postpone or reimagine. We chose the creative path”
Filmmaker and director of Cryptopia Torsten Hoffmann spoke to The AM Show.
“A remarkable, daring and highly original film about Children Power.”
Multi-award-winning journalist Robert Fisk has spent over 40 years based in Beirut as a Middle […]
How making a doco about onion rings sent everyone over the edge
Tony Stamp talked to the film’s director Brent Hodge about the discoveries he made while […]
Film reviewer Francesca Rudkin has her picks from this year’s Doc Edge Festival
Hiona Henare premieres ‘Ruahine, Stories in her skin’, which she hopes will help normalise the wearing […]
Retired Whanganui dentist Darrell Grace features in a free film viewable online in the 15th […]
Award-winning Filipino-American filmmaker Ramona Diaz takes viewers to the Philippines where free press has been under […]
Two documentaries from Iran, will go online at the Oscar-qualifying Doc Edge Film Festival from […]
Doc Edge Festival has tales about everything from cult to celebrity photographers.
Here’s the nitty gritty of running a market based conference online, according to Doc Edge […]
Aziz Al Sa’afin spoke to The AM Show about the story Saul and Ruby, both […]
Listen to award-winning documentary filmmaker Jess Feast speaking to The AM Show about her short […]
Roll out the red carpet at your place. NZ’s leading documentary film festival is skipping […]
Giving kiwis the opportunity to access world class filmmakers in an incredible line-up of Q&As.
A gripping Filipino film by Ramona Diaz titled ‘A Thousand Cuts’ opens for Doc Edge Festival […]
Review on the story of a man who received a prophecy from extraterrestrial. Would you […]
Editor of flicks.co.nz Steve Newall told Andrew Dickens it will run like a normal film […]
Former commando-turned daring wildlife photographer Amos Nachoum says people must adapt to the animal kingdom.
Flick’s Steve Newall highlights twelve films from the programme that caught his attention.
NZ’s largest Oscar-qualifying festival, Doc Edge will run nationwide starting 12 June, from the comfort […]
Richard’s film “Elementa”, a five-year-long project documents some wilder places he’s visited, premieres in this year’s […]
RNZ’s Charlotte and Tony Stamp discuss three of the music documentaries screening as part of […]
Rosanne Stuart’s daughter Madeline is a model with down syndrome, who has enjoyed huge international […]
“Tokyo Hula” follows the lives of hula teachers and students overcoming struggles of practicing a […]
Doc Edge is showcasing a variety of talented Kiwis in this year’s festival lineup under […]
NZ Herald reviews on “Ruahine”, the story of Māori women receiving their traditional moko kauae […]
RNZ talks with Richard Sidey, who is offering us the chance to reconnect with the […]
LEARN. CREATE. CONNECT at the Doc Edge Forum from 29 May – 1 June, presented […]
NZ’s first digital international film festival. The 2020 programme is launched and tickets are now […]
Thanks to Chorus, kiwis across NZ will have access online to the Academy Awards qualifier […]
This year’s lineup will focus on ongoing challenges, from crusading journalists to unstable politicians and […]
83 films announced for NZ first digital international documentary film festival starting 12 June to […]
The stories of our world delivered to your bubble, Doc Edge announces dated and first […]
To connect kiwi communities outside the bubble, Doc Edge is moving the full 2020 festival […]
NZ’s Doc Edge Festival is among the latest international cinema events to rejig its plans […]
Doc Edge, New Zealand’s annual factual film festival, will this year become an online-only event.
Doc Edge is moving 2020 festival online, translating the physical festival to an innovative digital environment […]
“We are reaching out to create a much-needed sense of community” – Alex Lee, Doc […]
Many festivals and industry events around the globe are postponing or cancelling their 2020 editions
Unpaid internship, Volunteers – “Call Me Intern” looks closely at the cost of working for […]
Ahead of the world premiere screening of his ‘Karamea’, Jesse Mulligan talks to filmmaker Marco […]