New Zealand’s latest film festival brings fraud to the big screen

New Zealand’s Second International Fraud Film Festival

2 & 3 March 2018 at Auckland’s ASB Theatre

Following an outstanding inaugural event last year, New Zealand’s second Fraud Film Festival will bring the issue of fraud, and other forms of financial crimes, alive through the medium of film. To demonstrate the far-reaching impacts of fraud and the various guises it comes in, the festival is focused on a variety of topics. Last year these included dishonesty, tax fraud, investigative journalism and corruption in sports.

It will begin on Friday, 2nd March, with an invited audience. Saturday will be open to the public to join in the panel discussions and debate after each film.

Festival partners include Deloitte, Meredith Connell, ACC, ASB, Financial Markets Authority, Serious Fraud Office, IAG, Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ), Dave Clark Design

The festival will be announcing the themes for the March event in November. Check the Fraud Film Festival website for updates.


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