Doc Edge The Earth Without Art is Just Eh - 5 films on Art presented MiNDFOOD
Doc Edge is pleased to provide you with this package of films carefully curated for your viewing pleasure. If you are looking for films celebrating arts and culture, our selection The Earth Without Art is Just Eh, presented by MiNFDOOD, will provide you with 5 films that will delight and inform you.
A brief summary and screening times for each film in this package is below. For more detailed synopses please visit festival.docedge.nz
We recommend that you purchase this package early to ensure your preferred screening of each film is available.
Once you have purchased your bundle, the films will automatically be loaded into MY LIBRARY on the festival website. Films are available for 36 hours from the time the session begins. Click “Play now” on any film in your library and if it is not screening yet, the countdown will tell you how long you will need to wait.
Please note you are not able to swap a film in the package for another film in the Doc Edge 2020 programme and once purchased this package cannot be refunded.
Elementa - directed by Richard Sidey
- Ice, fire, earth, air and æther collide in this artistic, environmental feature, visually guided by compelling cinematography from Earth's wildest lands. Experience the vast wilderness of the white continent and ancient rainforests, to the revered power of the world’s oceans and erupting volcanoes.
Thu 18 Jun, 6pm
Mon 22 Jun, 5pm
Miguelito - directed by Sam Zubrycki
- 'Searching for Sugarman' meets 'Buena Vista Social Club'.
Sat 13 Jun, 1pm
Wed 1 Jul, 9pm
Stevenson - Lost and Found - directed by Sally Williams
- A bitter-sweet romp through the stellar, 67-year career of a remarkable artist, James Stevenson, one of 'The New Yorker Magazine’s' most prolific cartoonists.
Fri 19 Jun, 7pm
Thu 2 Jul, 5pm
That Click - directed by Luca Severi
- Douglas Kirkland's Hollywood career has been long and illustrious. And, in a town not known for longevity of relationships, Douglas' life and working partnership with wife Françoise, has also endured.
"The best art of all, comes from people who are willing to be present, willing to give their best – and aren't full of shit." – Sharon Stone
Wed 17 Jun, 11am
Fri 19 Jun, 9pm
Wed 1 Jul, 1pm
Who Let the Dogs Out - directed by Brent Hodge
- A tale steeped in showbiz, legal battles, artistic integrity and one very catchy hook.
“Who really did let the dogs out? There are nine different people who claim that they wrote it. Nine!”
Fri 19 Jun, 10pm
Fri 26 Jun, 1pm