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Documentary Edge Festival 2017

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The 12th Doc Edge International Film Festival returns to Auckland with this year’s best documentaries from around the world. 69 films covering current issues of importance have been carefully curated to inform, engage and immerse audiences into the story worlds.

May 25 to Jun 4 2017

One of the world's top female singers sinks into jeopardy, obscurity and death - what got Whitney Houston to that fatal Hotel Bathroom finale.

 

 

 

 

 

May 24 to Jun 3 2017

78/52 - Documentary Edge Film Festival 2017

An unprecedented look at the iconic shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, the "Man behind the Curtain", and the screen murder that profoundly changed the course of world cinema.

 

 

 

May 25 2017

Maggie Flynn, a fiery Irish woman leaves England a convict and arrives in Kororāreka the captain of a whaling ship. Her fortune twists and turns from trophy Māori slave to Madam of the notorious King Edward Hotel.

Jun 9 to Jun 17 2017

Step into the world of the two US DEA agents who were instrumental in the take down of the undisputed “king of cocaine”, Pablo Escobar.

 

Jul 15 to Jul 16 2017

Silo Theatre’s sell-out 2015 smash hit returns to Auckland for a mid-winter Christmas special. Prepare to be transported to a 1980s television studio for big laughs, rum-fuelled showdowns, and some very questionable cooking.

Jun 27 to Jul 9 2017

Based on trial transcripts from rape cases, and frank, funny interviews footage with young people, Jane Doe is a participatory theatre show reflecting on rape culture, consent and sexual empowermet.

 

Jun 6 to Jun 17 2017

Michele A'Court, stand-up comedian extraordinaire, is organising a night of hilarity with an amazing line-up of comedians.
All proceeds go to fund the fabulous work of the Auckland Women's Centre.

Jun 18 2017

Sublime and ridiculous, simple and profound: a play about love, death and what is worth preserving. The Pickle King received 7 nominations in NZ's theatre awards 2002, and won the supreme award, "Production of the Year."

Aug 2 to Aug 19 2017

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