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'It's a triggering film': visceral South African drama Moffie

'It's a triggering film': visceral South African drama Moffie | LGBT Movies, Theatre, FIlm & Music | Scoop.it

The story of a gay conscript in the army in the 80s gave one critic a panic attack – but its director says it sheds light on the nation’s toxic masculinity

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Listen to Queer South African Artist Nakhane's Summer of Pride Playlist

Listen to Queer South African Artist Nakhane's Summer of Pride Playlist | LGBT Movies, Theatre, FIlm & Music | Scoop.it

Listen to Queer South African Artist Nakhane's Summer of Pride Playlist

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SA director pulls out of Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival

SA director pulls out of Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival | LGBT Movies, Theatre, FIlm & Music | Scoop.it
“It is impossible to look past the fact that the festival could serve as a diversion from the human rights violations being committed by the state of Israel”
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‘Moffie’ looks at queer identity and masculinity

‘Moffie’ looks at queer identity and masculinity | LGBT Movies, Theatre, FIlm & Music | Scoop.it

Based on a novel by André Carl van der Merwe of the same name, "Moffie" is set in 1981 and presents the story of Nicholas Van der Swart (Kai Luke Brummer) during his compulsory military service with the SANDF as he struggles with his sexuality. 

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Umlilo and Whyt Lyon celebrate homo-erotica in fierce ‘DL Boi’ Music Video

Umlilo and Whyt Lyon celebrate homo-erotica in fierce ‘DL Boi’ Music Video | LGBT Movies, Theatre, FIlm & Music | Scoop.it

Queer expression is seldomly represented in popular main-stream South African culture. Avant-garde music artists Umlilo and Whyt Lyon (from Stash Crew) have joined forces to break this cultural erasure and inject it with their catchy, homo-erotic dance track – “DL Boi”. The duo have elicited the help of some of Joburg’s fiercest queer talent to create a dance music video extravaganza.

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