East London and Plettenberg Bay, get your pink on!
We are delighted to be in Plett and East London for the first time, and take this opportunity to thank you for attending the Festival, and our sponsors who make it all possible: Atlantic Philanthropies, the National Lottery and Avis for their cars.
This Film Festival is about promoting Human and LGBTI Rights through visibility, creating awareness of difference and diversity, and promoting social tolerance. It is also about celebration, and that’s what this week will be – an opportunity for LGBTI people in the Garden Route and the Eastern Cape to gather and socialise, to build networks that will strengthen our movement.
Our partner for the event in East London is the Eastern Cape LGBT Forum. Entrance is free and ECLGBTF will be co-ordinating transport to and from Latimer’s Landing, the Festival venue. There is a braai on Saturday evening and it will be necessary to book for this. If you are interested in attending please contact ECLGBTF, their details are on the back of the programme (see below).
We thank Gerrie and the ECLGBTF them for their assistance in making these Festivals happen.
In Plett, we’re showing from Thursday 5th to Monday 9th at the Plett Movie House in Market Square, Beacon Way. We’ll be showing Anyone and Everyone, Baby Formula, Dykeumentary, Noah’s Arc (the whole of Season 1), and Shank. Download the Plettenberg Bay Satellite Festival Programme (2010)
In East London, we’re showing on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th at Latimers Landing, at the E. L. Waterfront. We’ll be showing Inkanyezi Yobusuku, My Son the Bride, Possessed by Demons, Anyone & Everyone, Underneath, and Noah’s Arc (the whole of Season 1). Download the East London Satellite Festival Programme (2010)
Out In Africa is a great team, consisting of Nodi (the festival director), Sharon (the deputy director), Theresa (Administrator), Maureen (Production Assistant), Carol (Financial Manager), Arthur (see the Out With Art section) and many others. For the complete list, see our "About Us" page.
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