The 17th OUT IN AFRICA Film Festival is rolling into town – Johannesburg and Cape Town will be painted pink this October with a selection of films chosen not only because they’re queer but because they’re GOOD.
With Oscar® nominees and multiple award winners, this year’s Festival has a tremendous variety of films that deal with themes including: betrayal, living duplicitously, homophobia, making choices, celebration and enjoyment. The films come from all over the world and include thrillers, dramas, suspense, documentaries and comedies.
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Since Thursday the 12th of this month, the Encounters Documentary Festival has done nothing but challenge my mind. I question [...]
BRUSSELS, 30 June 2010 — Members of the European Parliament have welcomed the adoption by the Council of the European Union of a Toolkit to Promote and Protect the Enjoyment of all Human Rights by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) People.
Energise your creativity through film scriptwriting. The five-session Program, run over 8 weeks, is not just for writers and storytellers, but for any adult who wants a gentle, cathartic journey of self-discovery and personal transformation.
Is the noose tightening around journalists? Find out at the Mail and Guardian Critical Thinking Forum: Atlas Studios. Wednesday 11 August 2010
Devastating video and moving article…
President Bingu wa Mutharika of Malawi has pardoned a homosexual couple who had been jailed for 14 years.
The story of a young dreamer who becomes an exceptional achiever.
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Kodak takes digital photo frames to a whole new level.
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A completely carbon-neutral music festival? It is possible!
As a proud supporter of Bafana Bafana, the Network has designed a banner for messages of support to the team.
Audrey and Maude are the divas of the deep-freeze deep in the frosted heart of the country. Set in the kiosk of an abandoned sculpture park outside Springs; the play follows the story of two tuck-shop ladies from the 1950’s who freeze themselves for the future. But emerging in 2010 to find their tuck-shop in ruins, they must adapt to their new landscape and stay cool to survive.
By Zachie Achmat, from Writing Rights: I met a young man called Lubabalo Folose because I regularly pass through his [...]
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A friend forwarded me this video, from the British newspaper, The Telegraph. “How awful,” she exclaimed. “Imagine having your crack [...]
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