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Durban poisoned

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Lovers of weed will know that Durban poison is a prime example of marijuana. It is also the most destructive. This year's DIFF was poisoned by the banning of the opening film and cancellation of yet another film yesterday not approved by the morality police. The screening of Michael Winterbottom's The Look of Love about British porn baron Paul Raymond was cancelled and its remaining screening on 28 July is in doubt. According to the organisers, The Look of Love wasn't banned, they only cou...

The heat is on

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I don't know what's more uncomfortable - the balmy 30 Celsius in winter and uncertainty after the banning of the opening film at DIFF. The organisers will appeal the banning at the Constitutional Court, but I can't stop myself from thinking what's next. I attended two screenings on Day 2. In previous years I had never thought of interference from anybody in the choice of films screened , and now I can't help thinking that almost 90% of the...

Opening film banned

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  Nothing short of an outrage. That's the only way I can describe the gagging of art and artists in the new supposedly free South Africa. Hallo film festivals lovers. Its time for the 34th Durban International Festival which kicked off on 18 July with shocking events on day 1.  The opening film, Of Good Report, was not screened as it was banned by the SA Film and Publications Board aka Big Brother - the first film to be banned in SA in twenty year...

Opening film banned

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  Nothing short of an outrage. That's the only way I can describe the gagging of art and artists in the new supposedly free South Africa. Hallo film festivals lovers. Its time for the 34th Durban International Festival which kicked off on 18 July with shocking events on day 1.  The opening film, Of Good Report, was not screened as it was banned by the SA Film and Publications Board aka Big Brother - the first film to be banned in SA in twenty year...

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