The Durban Gay and Lesbian Film Festival plans to screen Something Like Summer at its upcoming 10-day event in South Africa on August 26 and September 1.
The festival offers a diverse set of global and local feature films, documentaries and shorts. This year’s program offers seven feature films, 11 documentaries and 32 short films from around the world, screened over 10 days in six different venues across Durban.
Something Like Summer is the only American feature film screening at the festival.
“We’re honored to be one of such an exclusive group of international features at Durban,” said writer and producer Carlos Pedraza.
The film will screen twice, once at Durban’s Waterfront Hotel, and again at Tina’s Hotel in Kloof.
According to festival director Jason Fiddler, DGLFF, established in 2011, is the oldest operating city-based LGBTIQ event of its kind in Africa. This year marks its seventh edition. Blue Seraph Productions’ first feature, Judas Kiss, screened in the festival’s inaugural year.