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Difficult Love presents a lively personal take on the challenges facing Black lesbians in South Africa today. It features the life, photographs, work, friends and associates of "visual activist" and renowned photographer, Zanele Muholi (who also presents). How real are the freedoms of our new democracy for this diverse minority? This documentary offers a moving answer - and a compelling plea for understanding and tolerance.

Followed by a Q&A and discussion panel with Pamela Dlungwana, (member of Inkanyiso, a platform conceptualized by the visual activist, Zanele Muholi in 2006 in response to the lack of visual histories and skills training produced by and for LGBTI persons, especially artists [in the form of photography, film, visual arts and multimedia]), Sassia Lettoun (co-responsible of coordination Orientations Sexuelles et Identités de Genres of Amnesty International Belgique Francophone) and Christine Eyene, curator of Where we’re at! Other voices on gender.