New Capitol to screen local short films

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Creative Minds, Mmakgosi Tau and Neo Kebiditswe, will get a chance to see their short films screened at The New Capitol Cinemas inside Riverwalk Mall next month.

Tau, who is also a talented poet, writer and director, has a film titled Section 82 that will be screened on July 8, while Kebiditswe’s Hidden Scars will be screened the following day. Both films showcase struggle, abuse and violation of human rights that ordinary women face everyday.

According to Tau, Section 82 is a telenovela about the injustices of women caught up in and battling against abusive marriages. She told Arts & Culture that Section 82 tells the story of a highly educated woman, Montleemang (Pretty Phuthego) who got married to the man of her dreams, Dira (Omphile Mabine) until she wakes up a slave in a world completely new to her.

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