Direction: Harold Monfils
Production: Harold Monfils
Photography: Harvey Morpheus
Edition: Henrik Sikström
Country: New Zealand
Year: 2016
Duration: 87′
Language: English, Spanish
National Premiere


Hoka Hey. A Good Day to Die is a simple, but strong and revealing, portrait of the British Jason P. Howe, photojournalist that has survived twelve years in the battle line of four international wars, in order to capture images that the world must see. The documentary exposes the physical and emotional impact that his job, almost as dangerous as a soldier’s, involves.


Friday 12 | 19:00 | Docs a la Plaça
Tuesday 16 | 19:00 | Docs a la Plaça

Harold Monfis BN 2Harold Monfils (Portugal, Netherlands) is an independent director, producer and screenwriter with more than 20 years of international advertising experience. He has won numerous awards for his work and for Laya Project, a documentary dedicated to the survivors of the 2004 Asian tsunami. He is a traveller with an insatiable curiosity about life. He was born in Portugal, has a Netherlander passport, grew up in Mexico and currently lives in New Zealand.



  • Hoka Hey. A Good Day to Die (2016)
  • Laya Project (2007)
  • LA Film Festival
  • Biografilm Festival
  • Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival
  • Eurasia International Film Festival
  • Warsaw International Film Festival
  • DocsDF
  • IndieEarth Exchange
  • Master of Art Film Festival
  • DocEdge Festival
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