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Angie Film (Trailer) – 2018 Documentary

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This documentary from director Costa Botes (The Last Dogs of Winter, Forgotten Silver) explores the life of Angie Meiklejohn. Growing up, Meiklejohn and her siblings spent time in Bert Potter’s alternative lifestyle settlement Centrepoint, where they suffered sexual abuse. Through the lens of Meiklejohn’s experiences as both child and adult, Botes explores the dynamics of abuse, and how its victims are impacted. Says Botes: "whatever her past hurts, Angie is an engaging and loveable human being." Angie debuted at the 2018 New Zealand International Film Festival. 

Key Cast & Crew

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Costa Botes

Director, Editor, Producer, Cinematographer

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Phil Burton

Sound Mix

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Anke Richter

Associate Producer, Research

The 'pact' to not talk about what happened inside the commune with anyone outside of it is what defined Centrepoint as a cult rather than a spiritual community, Angie says.
– RNZ interview with Angie Meiklejohn, 9 June 2018

Availability

World premiere on 29 July 2018 at Auckland's ASB Waterfront Theatre, as part of the NZ International Film Festival

Followed by further festival screenings in Auckland and elsewhere

Music

Music by Jonathan Besser, Richard Adams, Nigel Gavin, Harley Greene, Podington Bear and Blue Dot Sessions