Documentary Edge Festival is Australasia's premiere international competitive documentary film festival held in New Zealand. Main mission is to showcase documentary films from New Zeaalnd and around the world to celebrate the best in documentary filmmaking as well as to provide an opportunity for both New Zealand and overseas filmmakers to meet and explore business opportunities.
The Festival runs annually in Auckland and Wellington and includes a Gala Awards, Q & A sessions with filmmakers, special events and more. During the Festival organizers also run the Screen Edge Forum, a 3-day industry conference.
Doc Edge is an Academy Award® qualifying festival for short documentaries.
No premiere requirement
Jury and Organizers
Alex Lee (Director-Founder-Programmer); Dan Shanan (Director-Founder-Programmer); Michelle Lafferty (Publicist).
PO Box 10297
Phone: 64 9 360 0329
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Any length. Open to NZ and International submissions. Films with themes and subjects suitable for and of interest to children aged 10-18 years.
Any length. Open to NZ and International submissions. Films with Maori/Pacific themes and subjects.
International films up to 40 minutes.
International film 41 minutes and over.
New Zealand films 41 minutes and over (NZ ID proof required).
New Zealand films up to 40 minutes (NZ ID proof required).
Films made by NZ students Up to Year 8 (any length).
Films made by NZ students Year 9-13 (any length).
Films made by NZ tertiary students (any length).