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In Zone


In Zone is an inspirational look at possibility through education. Throughout its powerful narrative this documentary will raise poignant questions about race, privilege, diversity, and cycles of inequality across the Western world. At a time when we’ve never seemed more divided, this is a story about a man who, despite all the obstacles, is trying to bring people together.
And it’s working.
Terrance Wallace has already enabled over a hundred teens in New Zealand to create educational and personal success. The film follows his journey over the past few years both in NZ and in the USA as he makes his dream, ‘In Zone’ programme, a reality.

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Terrance Wallace and the In Zone students

Directed by

Robyn Paterson

Written by

Robyn Paterson

Country Of Origin

New Zealand



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47 Metres Down

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In Between

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Existing flatmates Leila, a party animal and lawyer from a secular Muslim family, and Salma, a DJ who has yet to come out as a lesbian to her Christian family, are joined by Nour, a conservative Muslim recently moved from to the city. The three outsiders form a strong friendship, supporting each other as they navigate the changing views on womanhood in a
traditionally conservative society.

Assured and vibrant, In Between is a first-of-its-kind portrait of the unbearable daily duality of contemporary Israeli women, caught in between their hometown traditions and the modern values of a big city.