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What’s happening at OIA

Official end-of-festival party for Jozi

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Join us in the Mile High Club ;)



Pre-Festival Parties in CT and Jozi

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Out in Africa is getter younger and fresher. Our volunteers in Cape Town have organised a fabulous party — come and join us?



Dykumentary launch party

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Dykumentary launch party — dress to the nines! No door charge and lots of give-aways!



Guerilla theatre protest planned

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The SABC proposes to save itself by killing local production!



Press release: 16th OIA Film Festival

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The 16th OUT IN AFRICA South African Gay & Lesbian Film Festival features 17 international feature films and 9 South African productions, five of which are world premieres.



Call for Short Film Scripts

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Think you have what it takes to be a scriptwriter?



OIA embarks on a schools programme

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Can queer-bashing be nipped in the bud?



International G&L Film Festivals

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Where has Nodi gone gallivanting off to, and why?



We have DVDs for sale!

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Great news: we are now selling DVDs of Lisa Gornick’s films (a guest at the 2008 Festival)



Funding and sponsorship

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Thanks to our sponsors for 2009…



New tool on our website

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We have the coolest new tool on our website to make your life a little easier with visual previews!



What’s up!

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Nodi updates us with Festival dates for 2009 and a brief “coming soon” blurb about new content on our website.



XXY: Appeal update

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The latest on our XXY appeal against the Film and Publications Board.



XXY: Out In Africa and the Film and Publications Board

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The Freedom of Expression Institute has been instrumental in preparing an appeal against the Film and Publications Board’s refusal to certify the film XXY.



XXY: Out in Africa appeal against non-certification of film progresses

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Regrettably, we have to announce that the award winning film “XXY”, which was due to be screened for the first time at the G&L Film Festival tonight, cannot be screened because the Film and Publication Board has declined to issue the necessary classification which permits public screenings.