Underbelly of graft and dishonesty on the big screen

Underbelly of graft and dishonesty on the big screen

New Zealand International Fraud Film Festival on November 13 & 14

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Auckland, October 10, 2019

The Third New Zealand International Fraud Film Festival 2019 will be held in Auckland on November 13 and 14, 2019, with a great line-up of films will expose the underbelly of fraud and its impact globally and locally. 

The two-day Programme will explore three main themes, namely Corruption, Technology and Dishonesty. Six films will be screened on these themes and the Festival will include panel discussions, examination of scams, tax evasion, cyber-security, corporate culture, and art forgery.

Business focus

A full-day session on Wednesday, November 13, 2019, will focus on business, with New Zealand premiere screenings of four international films, with lunch, opportunities for individuals and teams to network throughout the day, and refreshments and drinks following the final film.

Public Focus 

Local New Zealand impacts of fraud will be highlighted in a free ‘Scam Prevention with Fair Go’ session (email registration required) at 10 am on Thursday, November 14, 2019.  

Tickets for the lunchtime screening of The Panama Papers and the afternoon screening of There are No Fakes on Thursday, November 14, 2019 may be purchased individually ($15) or as a pair ($25).

Creating awareness and debate

New Zealand International Fraud Film Festival spokesperson Ian Tuke said that the aim of the Festival is to educate people, create awareness, and spark debate around fraud prevention.  ”At the same time, it provides an opportunity to foster cross-industry collaboration for the key public and private sector organisations involved in the fight against fraud,” he adds.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Fraud Film Festival website


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