CT: Labia Thu 8, 6.30pm + Q&A
JHB: Bioscope Sun 11, 11.45am
Don’t Hide The Madness
Don’t Hide The Madness chronicles the experiences of a young woman who is searching for a way to show her parents how it feels to have bipolar disorder. As she explores the creative landscape with the encouragement of her girlfriend, she moves through various metaphors in an attempt to express her condition.
or it takes a child to raise the village
This film follows a young man as he travels through Lesotho showing his film in remote villages and schools. Through his film and personal narration, Sheriff talks to his audiences about gender identity and the frustration of being born the ‘wrong’ sex. His spectators react with surprise and curiosity, but also offer remarkable warmth, love and acceptance that ultimately encourage him to make his choice.
S’lungile: We will be fine
S’lungile could herd cattle before she could read or write. Her natural affinity with animals inspires her desire to ultimately become a game ranger. Despite her humble beginnings, S’lungile, with the help of an incredibly proud father, takes the first steps to making her dream a reality.