An evening with Thami Mnyele Foundation fellow Zanele Muholi and Lady Phyll at TATE Modern on Tuesday 17th November 19:30-21:30 UK time.
This is an exclusive chance to watch Zanele Muholi's documentary, Difficult Love (2010). The film is an intimate portrayal of life for Black lesbians in South Africa. Directed by Muholi and Peter Golsmid, the documentary is narrated by Muholi and provides a snapshot of what it means to be queer and Black in the world today.
The screening will be followed by an in conversation between Muholi and Lady Phyll of UK Black Pride. Together, they will discuss what difficiult love looks like for QTIPOC communities in South Africa and Britain and the importance of chosen families.
This talk forms a part of Tate Exchange's Love programme and is a collaboration with UK Black Pride, whose theme for 2020 is home.
The film and in conversation will be available to view exclusively through this webpage on 17th November 2020 at 19.30.
Click here to view the full detail of this event on TATE Modern website