CT: Labia Sat 10, 5.30pm + Q&A
JHB: Bioscope Bio Sun 11, 3pm
Africa for Africans
This examines the fallout from a spate of xenophobic attacks that took place across KwaZulu-Natal in 2015. A valuable intervention, of quickly forgotten African on African crimes.
Can I Please Go to the Bathroom?
Voice over testimonies of young girls from schools in the Western Cape combine with live action and animation to explore issues that surround the space of the ‘bathroom’.
Interview with Aunt Anthea
Ziyaad Rahman, twenty-five, is Muslim and lives in Parow, an area he believes has become a multicultural success. He’d like to discuss the developing environment with his elusive neighbour Aunty Anthea, but he thinks she’s an Islamophobe.
The personal stories in I Walk Alone reveal a world at odds with our constitution, a world where asylum seekers continue to be victimized while applying for refugee status.
Meaning to a Beginning
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.