Article Title:Out Takes: Docos
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Published on:27th April 2014 - 08:49 am
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Text:A feature of this year's Out Takes film fest is a strong documentary programme, including Codebreaker - a film about the tragic end to the life of British genius Alan Turing.Buy tickets through Eventfinda here ALICE WALKER: BEAUTY IN TRUTH Dir: Pratibha Parmar, USA, 2013, 84 mins  Trailer A compelling film documenting the journey of writer, gardener, and human rights activist Alice Walker. From small beginnings growing up in the cotton fields of Georgia, she received international recognition as the first black woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for the groundbreaking novel The Colour Purple. A self-confessed renegade, Walker has had to deal with her share of criticism for her disinterest in submission, her choice of lovers and her choices in general. Walker’s life unfolds and gives witness to her struggles, her achievements, her passions, her hopes for her family and for our future. Auckland: Fri 30 May, 8.35pm Wellington: Sun 8 Jun, 6pm Christchurch: Sun 15 Jun, 6.10pm *CRITICS’ PIC* BORN THIS WAY Dir: Shaun Kadlec   
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