DocEdge 17 | Fallen Flowers, Thick Leaves

Netherlands / Germany | Chinese / English Sub | 2017 | 80 min | Laetitia Schoofs ‘Fallen Flowers, Thick Leaves’ subject matter is highly relevant and current, touching on sensitive

the last laugh

DocEdge 17 | The Last Laugh

Is it ever acceptable to make jokes about a real tragedy? This is the question at the heart of Ferne Pearlstein’s documentary The Last Laugh, which focuses on humour […]


DocEdge 17 | Bugs

Bugs, directed by Andreas Johnson, follows researcher Josh Evans, chef Ben Reade and chef Roberto Flore of the Nordic Food Lab for The Insect Project as they travel the […]


DocEdge 17 | The Pulitzer at 100

Kirk Simon’s documentary The Pulitzer at 100 explores the legacy of the Pulitzer Prize a century on from its origin. The Pulitzer Prize is a prestigious award for high […]


DocEdge 17 | 78/52

78/52, directed by Alexandre O. Philippe, is without doubts one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. If you love horror, Alfred Hitchcock, or just film in general, […]

NZICF 17| Brendon Green – Best Friends

Brendon Green

The lights are dim in the intimate bar. A bearded man is perched on a stool strumming a guitar, serenading a photo of his beloved.

His beloved being a feline, […] Continue Reading…

NZICF 17 | Justine Smith – An Hour Roughly


Justine Smith is probably best described as a raconteuse.

The chill of an Auckland Autumn night became a distant memory as we packed into Vault at Q Theatre for an […] Continue Reading…

NZICF 17 | Chris Martin – Ol’ Smarty Pants


We all want to be hugged by Sonny Bill Williams.  Period.
Getting Kiwis to come out on a Monday night is difficult, add the cold autumn chill and it’s downright […] Continue Reading…

NZICF 17 | 5 mins with Joel Creasey


He’s sexy, he’s sassy and he’s touted as one of Australia’s funniest stand-ups.  Hell, Joan Rivers once called him “a f**king star”.  
Appearing out of nowhere at the Melbourne […] Continue Reading…

NZICF 17 | Tim Muller – Laugh Now, Google Later


In an age where we have to sift through all the ‘alternative facts’ and ‘fake news’ it can be a challenge to identify credible sources of information. Lucky for […] Continue Reading…

been | Lost in Paradise tour


Roots superstars, Common Kings returned to New Zealand as part of their Lost in Paradise South Pacific tour.  They were greeted by a packed-out, raucous crowd at the culmination […] Continue Reading…

NZICF 17 | 5 mins with Justine Smith


Having been performing since bloody ages ago and frankly having won most of the awards – the Billy T, the NZ Comedy Guild’s Best Female (twice) and Best MC […] Continue Reading…