The Wound (Inexba)- Review

More films than ever are tackling homosexuality in it’s rawest of form. Dramas such as Call Me By Your Name and God’s Own Country are looking to explore LGBT relationships and the results have been terrific. Most of these journey’s revolve around being true to yourself and falling in love with someone who opens that side of you up. What affects people in wishing to … Continue reading The Wound (Inexba)- Review

In conversation with John Trengrove and Nakhane Touré of The Wound

by Wayne D’Cruz The Wound (Inxeba) is a searing portrait of conflicting masculinities in the Xhosa tribe of South Africa. Shame and desire, tradition and modernity — this film offers more than a few contrasting paradigms, wonderfully devoid of judgement as it explores the lives of men assembled in the East Cape mountains for ukwaluka, a circumcision ritual. At the BFI London Film Festival, we … Continue reading In conversation with John Trengrove and Nakhane Touré of The Wound