FyrisbiografenWednesday, 26 October 19:00
FyrisbiografenSaturday, 29 October 19:00
WOMEN IN THE DARK
Three generations of Muslim women speak freely and candidly about their sexual experiences, relationships, and preferences. An intricate examination of emotional inheritance, women’s sexuality, religion, and the matrilineal bond.
As her body begins to change and develop, a young girl suddenly becomes aware of sex and relationships between men and women. Through moments of exciting contact, she sees the world with new eyes.
Over 100 striking miners were murdered in the 2012 Marikana Massacre, the most deadly intervention of South African forces since 1960. Today, we witness the women of the community continuing the protest by staging a play about the event in a quest for healing and for justice.
OYA: SOMETHING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO WEST AFRICA
Queer, gender nonconforming, Nigerian media artist Seyi Adebanjo reveals the intersection between gender, family legacy, and indigenous Yoruba spirituality. A very unique perspective that we rarely get to see.