Last night the Documentary Edge Festival kicked off with the powerful 2011 film ‘The Island President’ which sees the then President of the Maldives tackle climate change. This emotive film follows the journey
Ever wondered what it’s like to be on the other side of the zombie apocalypse? Instead of being chased you do the chasing, instead of opening canned food you crack skulls. All the while you are moving so incredibly slowly?
This April Q Theatre will be taken over by the Documentary Edge Festival bringing internationally acclaimed documentary films to Auckland alongside our best homegrown doco films. Here are a few of the films we have picked out for
The Documentary Edge International Festival 2013 comes to Auckland and Wellington in April, and now features an Oscar winner Inocente, a documentary by Sean Fine and Andrea Nix has won an Oscar for “Best Documentary – short
Sound City: Real to Reel is the companion album to the Dave Grohl-directed feature length documentary Sound City, which debuted at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival last month. The documentary Sound City was conceived by Grohl
The now multi-awards winning and critically acclaimed Aussie flick The Sapphires is now available on DVD. If you missed this wonderful film at the cinema please don’t hesitate in renting or buying it as it won’t disappoint.
Yes The Boss needs you! If you want to star in a film and are a MASSIVE Springsteen fan then this may be your chance to tell the world all about it. Ridley Scott Associates, Black Dog Films and Scott Free London are the team
The well received Kiwi flick Two Little Boys is now available on DVD for you to rent or own and watch on your very own home cinema. This slightly unusual ‘buddy movie’ sees Nige (Bret Mc kenzie) accidentally run
Telling the story of the worst natural disaster in recent history was always going to be a sensitive affair which would take a special story teller and talented cast. Spanish director Juan Antonio Bayona’s second feature film
Last night’s first Sorta Unofficial New Zealand Film Awards was held at the Civic Theatre in Auckland and one film swept the board. The New Zealand- Samoan film The Orator was nominated for 11 ‘Moas’ and took