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Doc Edge Originals - A Broken Earth, Rise and We Rock!

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Doc Edge Originals, presented by Rei Foundation. A Broken Earth, Rise and We Rock!

Special screening on Thursday 18 Jun, 1pm followed by a Q&A session with the filmmakers.
Directors: James Muir (A Broken Earth), Jess Feast (Rise), Morgan Leary (We Rock!), | 66 min | 2020 | New Zealand

A collection of three short films from around Aotearoa / New Zealand, funded by The Rei Foundation to contribute to New Zealand’s youth culture.

A Broken Earth
Directed by James Muir
31 mins
When an oil company moves in next door, a couple is forced to deal with the effects of uncontrolled fracking and oil drilling next to their family farm.

Directed by Jess Feast
18 mins
On 27 September 2019, during the largest climate protest in the world, an eclectic group of young people came together to make their voices heard. This film amplifies their voices.

We Rock!
Directed by Morgan Leary
13 mins
A celebratory and empowering look at young Kiwi musicians, banding together as they attend Girls Rock Camp Aotearoa – an annual rock'n'roll themed camp for girls, trans, and non-binary, where music is the medium to empower our young people.

NZ SHORTS presented by Chorus and supported by Shift72.

All shorts are free during the festival thanks to Chorus and Shift72. This special screening on Thursday 18 June features all three shorts together and includes a Q&A session with the filmmakers afterwards.

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