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Intersexion, 2012 (2nd of 3)

Intersexion, 2012

Made by New Zealander Grant Lahood and presented by King Country-born Mani Mitchell, the 2012 documentary Intersexion travels to the US, Ireland, Germany, South Africa and Australia to record people born with ambiguous gender. This poster advertises the film's inclusion in the 2012 Documentary Edge Festival, an international festival held annually in Auckland and Wellington since 2005. Its organisers, the Documentary New Zealand Trust, also run the Screen Edge Forum, the Doc Edge Lab, the Documentary Edge Campus and the DOCommunity free public screenings.

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Helen Martin, 'Documentary film - Documentary films in the 2000s', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 15 May 2021)

Story by Helen Martin, published 22 Oct 2014