KAPANA, the first ever LGBTQIA+ feature from Namibia, a country where sodomy is still a crime and gay relationships are stigmatized. In KAPANA, the lives of two men intersect in an unlikely meeting in a bar.

Streaming from January 9 through 17.

KAPANA (Namibia, 2020)
Directed by Philippe Talavera
Screenplay by Senga Brockerhoff
100 Minutes
Streaming January 9 – 17, 2022
Tickets – $12.00 allows unlimited access through January 17
Tickets on sale now at https://www.goelevent.com/pridearts/e/KAPANA
In Namibia’s first ever LGBTQIA+ feature, George, a closeted, 20 something vendor spends  evenings at bars downing beers, stealthily on the prowl for potential hookups. After a chance meeting with Simeon, an openly gay city boy, they embark on a covert relationship. As secrets begin to unravel, they struggle to navigate their own internalized fears in a country rife with homophobia where same sex relations are still punishable by law. KAPANA is a heartwarming story of overcoming personal and societal prejudices in the pursuit of true love.