A friend of WIFT NZ alerted us to the fact that New Zealand is made up of several islands, ergo films about New Zealand could qualify for the Isle De Groix Film Festival! We encourage you to do a little research by clicking at the link below, but here's a brief outline of the festival's history (translated from the website). "In 2001, a handful of inhabitants of the island of Groix (off the coast of Brittany), passionate about cinema, create the first International Festival of Insular Film. Their goal: to facilitate, through a unifying event, meetings and exchanges by giving the word to the islanders of the whole world. This challenge, a bit crazy at the start, has become today a must-attend annual event."
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Doc Edge is on the look out for the next great NZ documentary, so get your submissions in for Doc Edge Pitch 2020. Up to 15 projects will be selected- you could be one of them! In recent years Doc Edge Pitch has seen many successful documentaries come through and secure market support. Titles such as She Shears, Wilbur, King in the Ring, In the Zone, Tickled, A Flickering Truth, For My Father's Kingdom, High School, Jessica's Tree, The Topp Twins:Untouchable Girls, and Hip Hop-eration all began life at Doc Edge Pitch.
Applications are open for the following categories: Feature Documentary (over 40') Short Documentary (up to 39') Documentary Television Series
Doc Edge Pitch 2020 will take place in Auckland on Friday, 29 May, and the deadline for submissions is 12pm, Monday 30 March 2020.