Posted Monday 25 May 2015
We are excited to share that we have some very talented WIFT members involved in a number of documentaries at this year's Documentary Edge Festival.
The immensely popular and successful Hip Hop-eration, produced by Paul Jones, can be seen on Friday 29th May at 8.30pm. BUT there is a real treat if you get there early for the Documentary Edge Awards at 7.30pm - a LIVE performance by the Hip Hop-eration crew!
The Day that Changed My Life, produced by Polly Fryer, is a confronting, compelling and poignant story of how the tragic day of the Christchurch Earthquake unfolded. Together, with the beautiful and uplifting Voices of Children (short), directed by Anna Cottrell, can be seen on the 24th of May at 12.45pm, 27th of May at 2pm, & the 30th of May at 12.30pm.
And last but not least we've got The Contract, by Rowena Baines, a short Portuguese dance documentary, with English subtitles. You are only as old as the man you dance with�
Get along if you want an eye-opening and interesting time!