DOCNZ: The New Zealand International Documentary Film Festival

 
 

Sunday 27th February

  
Academy Cinemas
Time Film/Duration/Notes
1:30pm If God is Willing and Da Creek Don't Rise 240min
7:30pm Into Eternity 75min
Event Cinemas Newmarket
Time Film/Duration/Notes
12pm Rainmakers 73min
12pm Orchids - My Intersex Adventure 60min
Mind 27min
1:45pm Wo Ai Ni Mommy 76min
Mrs Birks' Sunday Roast 6min
2:15pm I Shot My Love 56min
3:45pm All My Fathers 89min Q&A 
3:45pm MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 95min
6:15pm American Radical -The Trials of Norman Finkelstein 89min
6:15pm Sixty and the City 70min
The Poodle Trainer 8min
8pm Precious Life 86min
8:15pm The Sound of Mumbai - A Musical 65min
Victoria Picture Palace Devonport
Time Film/Duration/Notes
2:30pm I. M. Pei - Bulding China Modern 59min
4pm Hey, Boo - Harper Lee and 'To Kill A Mockingbird' 78min
8pm El Bulli - Cooking in Progress 108min

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Q&A 
Filmmakers and/or the subject of the film will be in attendance at a short question and answer session with the audience immediately after the screening.
New 
Extra screening or programme update.

Highlights from today’s screenings

  • Rainmakers

    Netherlands Four ordinary people in different parts of China become unlikely environmental activists by refusing to accept the ongoing ecological destruction of their homeland.

  • Sixty and the City

    Israel Is 60 too old to find true love? Director Nili Tal takes an intimate, humorous and personal journey to find out.

  • Hey, Boo — Harper Lee and ‘To Kill A Mockingbird'

    USA The film explores the relationships between Harper Lee and her father, with Truman Capote and others on whom she based the characters in her novel.

 
  
 
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Documentary Edge Festival 2011

Auckland schedule (12/19)

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