A documentary in which we explore online dating in the black community of Cape Town South Africa.
Ziyaad Samodien is a powerlifter who has face a lot of adversity during his time as a powerlifter and throughout his life.
In this entertaining and humorous film, Ifeoma Fafunwa, AKA Mrs F, is a middle-class Nigerian woman who facilitates feminist workshops with women in a floating shanty town on the edge of Lagos, as they work towards a theatre production for the highly patriarchal local community about the abuse of women.
A look into a local beauty pageant that celebrates forms of beauty that society labels as unconventional.
Il Mio Corpo tells the parallel stories of Oscar, a young working-class Sicilian boy who dreams of escaping the grip of his father, and Stanley, a Nigerian refugee who works as a farmhand in order to survive. Made with remarkable access to its subjects, Il Mio Corpo feels like a finely tuned drama.
Ennie, a single mother of five works as a maid for an elderly man in a village in Limpopo. She wants some sort of security for herself and younger children. Her only option is to marry into the family she works for, to a man whom no one would want their daughter to call husband.
In a society where dark-skinned girls are not considered as beautiful, a young South African girl struggles to see beauty in her reflection until she holds her own “Brown Skinned Girl AA meetings” and reintroduces herself to herself.
Five dancers explore the concepts of tradition, culture, memory, and identity, questioning the transformation and deconstruction of these themes in their own lives.
This fascinating look at the graffiti artist who has achieved global fame without ever revealing his name, provides an account of Banksy’s anarchic career, from the early appearances of his work in Bristol to the ways in which the enigmatic artist has invisibly scaled the heights of the art world while at the same time ridiculing its values.