Out in Africa Gay and Lesbian film festival

 
Art imitates a life of illicit love
Art imitates a life of illicit love
The pleasure of watching gay and lesbian movies from other countries helps one to make comparisons about the experience of people with marginalised...
Out in Africa: Down, but still out
Out in Africa: Down, but still out
For the festival is, to use the words of its founder, Nodi Murphy, “in bones-of-arse mode”. Staff have taken pay cuts of between 20%...
It's complicated
It's complicated
Or, rather, it is not about people who consider themselves gay, although a few of them, at least, seem to act in rather gay ways at certain points....
The cook and the rentboy
The cook and the rentboy
Traditionally, at the Out in Africa (OIA) gay and lesbian film festival, there isn't much crossover between the lesbian movies and the flicks for...
Up the Junction
Up the Junction
'You've got a lovely arse." "You've got a lovely husband."
Pick of the Out in Africa festival
Pick of the Out in Africa festival
South African cinema A Kind of Language (23 minutes) screens with The Cutter (30 minutes) by Jacque Oldfield and Adelheid Reinecke, a two-person meditation...
Picking up where Sello left off
Picking up where Sello left off
When K Sello Duiker took his own life in 2005, there was a tremendous sense of tragedy -- a unique voice, potentially a great voice, in South...
Cal and the gang
Cal and the gang
Showing at the Out in Africa Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Shank is a movie that will have some resonances for South Africans, especially...

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