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Doc Edge Festival 2021

03 Jun 2021 - 11 Jul 2021

When

Thursday 3 June 2021, 9.00pm - Sunday 11 July 2021, 9.00pm


  • In person screenings:
    • 3-7 June - SkyCity Theatre, 78 Victoria Street West, City Centre
    • 10-13 June - The Civic, corner Queen Street & 269-287 Wellesley Street West, City Centre
  • Online:
Cost

In person screenings:

  • Full Price $19.50
  • Concession $16.50
  • 5 Film Pass $81
  • 10 Film Pass $156
  • Binge Viewing Pass $295
  • 4 Day Venue Pass at SkyCity Theatre (Excludes Mon 7 June) $200
  • 4 Day Venue Pass at The Civic $200
Bookings

docedge.nz

Tickets on sale from 27 April

Website

docedge.nz

facebook.com/DocumentaryEdge

twitter.com/Docedge

After a whirlwind 2020 when it became one of the first festivals online, the Academy Award-qualifying Doc Edge Festival is back.

The 16th edition will return to theatres in Auckland and Wellington and play online across all of Aotearoa.

To connect Kiwi film lovers and give audiences a chance to experience the very best documentaries from NZ and around the world, this year Doc Edge is partnering with new venues in Auckland, SkyCity Theatre and The Civic.

Doc Edge is continuing its commitment to offering unique experiences by working with New Zealand artists to create a festival village at each venue.

Festival-goers will enjoy entertainment including art installations, live performances, and virtual and augmented reality exhibitions.

The full festival programme will be announced on 27 April.

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