Kapana, one of the Ombetja Yehinga Organisation (OYO)’s films, has just been selected to be part of the prestigious Pan African Film Festival 2021 in Los Angeles.
The Afrikaans multimedia theatre production with English subtitles highlights the coloured experience in contemporary Namibia.
The entire video is a celebration of life’s melancholy that can be turned into happiness.
Not problematic in delivering its message, the film was crafted with a compelling screenplay which helps make this a non-generic story that engages its audiences on a personal level.
Writer and Director Lize Ehlers chats about Boet & Sus, a theatre show which will be streamed virtually.
The LGBT-themed film follows a love story between an insurance broker and a meat (kapana) vendor.
The actor chats about Mark Manson's popular Book, 'The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck', binging the Lize Live album and missing the stage.
Actor Adriano Visagie also won Best Actor Southern Africa at the Sotigui Awards for the film.
'This is a true honour' - Adriano Visagie.
The Sotigui Awards is slated for November 2019 in Burkina Faso.