52 Minute Films

WA ‘N WINA (Sincerely Yours)
52 minutes, South Africa
Filmmaker Dumisani Phakathi returns to his old neighbourhood. With a camera on his shoulder, he engages with friends to discuss relationships, sex and love.
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SIMON & I
52 minutes, South Africa
Simon and I recounts the lives of two giants in the South African gay and lesbian liberation movement, Simon Nkoli and the film maker herself, Bev Ditsie.
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NIGHT STOP
52 minutes, Mozambique
In central Mozambique lies the Corridor of Death, a long-distance trucking route, where more than 30% of the population are HIV+.
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LOOKING GOOD
47 minutes, Lesotho / South Africa 2005
His doctor says he is looking good, but he doesn’t always feel so good. He is most honest when he films himself, when the camera he operates in his room catches a moment or a lingering self-portrait.
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LOOKING FOR BUSI
52 minutes, South Africa
Here is the incredible story of a fifteen-year-old’s journey to take control of her life. Abandoned by her mother when she falls pregnant, even before testing positive for HIV, she must depend on the help of extended fami
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BODY & SOUL
52 minutes, South Africa
HIV/AIDS is forcing religious leaders to reassess their traditional attitudes to sexuality in a country where 90% of the population claim one sort of religious affiliation or another.
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ASK ME I’M POSITIVE
48 minutes, Lesotho / South Africa 2003
Thabo, Thabiso and Moalosi are young, urban Basotho men on a mission. They travel with a mobile cinema unit through the mountains of Lesotho, screening their film to very remote communities.
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