The Tank Farm: When living free in Auckland becomes a problemby Noted
An award-winning film by Rodrigo Gomez-Bolbaran, selected for the DocEdge Film Festival
With dinners shared every night and songs enjoyed under the twinkling nights sky, this unconventional family has found more to be jealous of than you and I might ever know.
But there are some people that don’t see what they see. Auckland Council have big plans for the prime real estate and these friends are most definitely not part of this plan.
This documentary by Rodrigo Gomez-Bolbaran won Best Short Film at last year's DocEdge film festival and since has been doing the international festival circuit.
For more documentaries check out DocEdge Film Festival, Wellington May 10-21 and Auckland, May 24 - June 5, with this year’s best documentaries from around the world.
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