CT: Labia Sat 10, 3.30pm + Q&A

JHB: Bioscope Sun 11, 1.15pm + Q&A

As We See It

Dir: Shirley Gunn and Sharon Farr
2016 South Africa 32min
World Premiere

As We See It explores the challenges of mainstream versus special schooling for people with albinism and visual impairment associated with the condition, and chronicles many of the challenges that people with albinism face, both in the classroom and beyond.

Loraine

Dir: Nonjabulo Zondo
2016 SA 9min
World Premiere

This film shows the life predicaments of a lesbian woman living on the streets. The ordeals she faces day and night, the hardships of not only being lesbian and living on the streets, but the daily struggles of being a woman that’s separated from family and loved ones due to past mistakes.

Louise’s Miracles

Dir: Pam Sykes
2016 SA 12 min
World Premiere

What happens when a self-professed skeptic befriends someone who’s experienced a miracle? A short film about life, death, doubt, and living joyfully with uncertainty.

Nanlaban

Dir: Shaun Swingler
2017 SA/Philippines 12min
World Premiere

With his vocal support for the extrajudicial killing of drug users, President Duterte’s war on drugs has escalated to a critical level. Nanlaban reveals the harrowing and far-reaching consequences of a drug war that is devastating the streets and lives of many Filipino families. See the trailer on YouTube here

Oscar

Dir: Thandiswa Twecu
2016 South Africa 11min
World Premiere

Oscar tells the story of world-class dancer Oscar Buthelezi, who was the first dancer to win both the coveted Kurt Jooss Choreography Award and the Audience Choice Award at the prestigious event that took place in Germany in 2016.