Look out WIFT members Roseanne Liang and Brenda Leeuwenberg this weekend and next!

Don't forget to book now for this weekend's DOCommunity screening at the Auckland Art Gallery, Saturday, 25th June at 2.00 pm. Here is your second chance to see Frame by Frame, an audience favourite from Doc Edge Festival 2015, described by The Hollywood Reporter as "a bracing tribute to the power of photojournalism."

Before Frame by Frame screens, join Helene Wong, documentary filmmaker, writer and film critic with the New Zealand Listener, and Roseanne Liang, director of Banana in a NutshellMy Wedding and Other Secrets and Flat3, in a conversation about being Chinese just before at 12.00 pm.

You are also invited to be part of Story Edge Sandbox #2, coming to Auckland's AUT Saturday, 30th July.

Story Edge Sandbox #2
Creating an Interactive Story

WHEN: Saturday, 30 July from 1.00 - 5.00 pm

WHERE:
AUT, Sir Paul Reeves Building

Sandbox #2, is the latest in a series of workshops bringing together storytellers and creative technologists to learn more about interactive story-telling. A must if you have an interest in working in the area of new media documentary.

In this Sandbox: What makes a successful interactive story? Guest speakers include: Frank Films, Gerard Smyth (producer/director) and Tim Chesney (developer), Brenda Leeuwenberg, (Head of Digital at NZ on Air), Alejandro Davila showcases his Masters project in Virtual Reality story-telling.

Join this Sandbox and you will learn from these stories and also workshop a supplied film script, with mentors.

Read More & Tickets

Frame by Frame
USA | 2015 | 85 min | English | Alexandria Bombach & Mo Scarpelli

When the Taliban ruled Afghanistan, taking a photo was a crime.

After the regime fell from power in 2001, a fledgling free press emerged

and a photography revolution was born. Now, as foreign troops and media

withdraw, Afghanistan is left to stand on its own, and so are its journalists.

Set in a modern Afghanistan bursting with color and character, Frame by Frame

follows four Afghan photojournalists as they navigate an emerging and dangerous

media landscape  - re-framing Afghanistan for the world, and for themselves.

 

 

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