Oliver Hermanus’ Moffie is a haunting, incisive look at apartheid-era toxic white masculinity.
Oliver Hermanus evokes fear and loathing for a brutally homophobic, Apartheid-era South Africa among young conscripts in Moffie.
Oliver Hermanus evokes fear and loathing for a brutally homophobic, Apartheid-era South Africa among young LGBT conscripts in Moffie.
Opening and closing with the crowning achievements of the 20th century, the 59th London Film Festival brings the battle of the sexes centre-stage.Read More
Drifting through a gamut of murder, revenge and forgiveness, Oliver Hermanus’ The Endless River offers three perspectives on violence in South Africa.
The 26th BFI London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival CAUTION: Here be spoilers Like a cloudburst, the annual London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival…Read More
There’s a lot to celebrate at this year’s London Film Festival – over 300 shorts and features with some gems from some of cinema’s…Read More