Out in Africa – Gay & Lesbian film festival

Gay and Lesbian Film Festival July 2012

Lights camera, action as part two of the 19th Out In Africa Gay and Lesbian Film Festival kicks off from 27th July until the 5th August in Cape Town at the Nu Metro cinema at the V&A Waterfront. A great line up is expected of South African, German, British, Canadian, French, Australian and American films of which two are Teddy Award winners, Absent in 2011 and Keep the Lights On in 2012. Here are the films that will be screened for 9 days of fabulous films for the duration of the festival including a short synopsis on each. Keep The Lights On Directed by former Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner Ira Sachs (Forty Shades of Blue), Keep The Lights On is a New York love story about a sex-addicted filmmaker and a cokehead literary                  

Wine & Wineries

A Taste of the Movies at LeBonheur.


  As winter draws near what better way to spend an evening indoors, watching romantic art-house films in comfort and style. The Le Bonheur Manor house is showing art films, ranging from silent gems to modern international festival winners, on the last Friday of every month for just R35 a person, including a glass of Le Bonheur wine. To make it even more unique and nostalgic, you can dine on some delicious tapas beforehand. For R95, sit down with fellow movie-goers in the dining room, get acquainted and enjoy the delicious tapas accompanied by Le Bonheur wines and literally get a taste of what the film is about. With every movie, themed tapas selections linked to the movie will be served and explained in an easy-going