To remedy this, and the disappointment of those who could not get tickets – both houses were sold out – Cinema Nouveau has arranged to screen the film every evening from tonight, Sunday 20 October, until Sunday 27 October. The screening times are 7.30pm each night in Cine 2 (54 seats).
In the words, almost, of Gloria Gaynor “Did you think we’d crumble? Did you think we’d lay down and die?” Oh noooo not us! We are still celebrating our 20th with this last edition of 2013 and the support of the National Film & Video Foundation, Nu Metro cinemas, our generous 8333 members, advertisers and sponsors – HIVOS, the Sunday Times, the Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, the French Embassy, City of Cape Town, Graton Guest House, 6 Spin Street Restaurant and Original Cocktails. The MySchool returns are tiny currently, an average of R1,500 a month, but once we’ve paid off the cost of the cards, that figure will double, and it all adds up, so keep on shopping!
We are pleased to welcome all of our guests: Patrick Schuckman, from Germany with his Lose Your Head, will give two scriptwriting seminars; Louis(e) de Ville, the bad girl in the Portrait, from Kentucky via Paris will also perform live; and locals Benedict Roumega with White Lies, and AFDA filmmakers Oko Macanda with Somagwaza, and Duan Myburgh with his award winning The Brave Unseen.
Courtesy of Ster Kinekor we shall be screening the Palme d’Or winner Blue is the Warmest Colour. Please note that in Cape Town this screens at Cinema Nouveau V&A Waterfront. This October offering is one of the strongest yet – so book your seats early to avoid disappointment and see you at the Fest!
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Omnibus Feature Film Project
The Staff and Board of the Out In Africa South African Gay & Lesbian Film Festival are pleased to announce that a proposal, submitted in April 2011, for the making of a feature film has received approval from the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund.
The feature film, currently referred to as the Omnibus includes multiple protagonists and a number of thematically linked plots. This style is also referred to as a “Parallel Narrative” and describes titles such as Babel, 21 Grams and Traffic.
Read more here: Omnibus Feature Film Project