Doc Edge Festival 2022 programme now live

Posted Tuesday 17 May 2022

Doc Edge Festival 2022 programme now live

Documentary lovers are in for a treat this June! The Doc Edge Festival has just announced 113 feature length and short films in its 2022 programme. 
In Doc Edge’s unique Virtual Cinema, 17 feature length films and all 39 shorts will be available to watch anytime from 1 June. Over the course of the festival, the rest of the films will be added after their in-theatre screenings in Auckland.  

Festival organisers are confirming an extraordinary group of international directors and protagonists who can finally travel to our shores to celebrate their premieres and participate in the acclaimed documentary industry forum. 

In other news, for the first time, Doc Edge will spin its magic in Christchurch with in-person screenings at Silky Otter Cinema from 15 – 26 June, joining the previously announced Auckland and Wellington sessions.

Virtual Festival: 1 June – 10 July
Auckland Festival: 15 – 19 & 24 June at The Capitol Cinema, 15 – 26 June at Silky Otter and 22 – 26 June at The Civic
Wellington Festival: 30 June – 3 July at Embassy Theatre and 2 – 10 July at The Roxy
Christchurch Festival: 15 – 26 June at Silky Otter

Doc Edge Festival 2022

Image: screen and music legends Lily Tomlin, Dolly Parton and Jane Fonda in Still Working 9-5, directed and produced by Camille Hardman. Screening in this year's Doc Edge Festival, Still Working 9-5 examines the 40-year evolution of gender inequality and discrimination in the workplace since the 1980 release of the classic seminal film 9-5.