The Kapana movie has been selected at the International Black & Diversity Film Festival (IBDFF), an independent film festival in Canada established to give a platform to black filmmakers while celebrating cultural diversity through inclusion.
Taking place every year, IBDFF’s main focus is to promote Films made by Blacks, or by other race with Black Actors in principle roles, or films that showcase black realities from across the Globe’.
The evaluation process is a three-stage process; firstly reviewing for official selection by the jury and selection of finalist then screening for sets of filmmakers and audience to review and vote the best film. As well as a declaration of Festival finalist and then the finalist gets a screening at the annual event and compete with other films for “Best of the Best Picture”.
“So let’s see if ‘Kapana’ gets among the finalists and thus is screened at the annual event. We are already proud to be among the nominees,” the post read on their social media pages.
Kapana the movie is about two lives with almost nothing in common, two secrets and one place, however, can love conquer all?
Directed by Philippe Talavera the movie features Adriano Visagie, who is performing the leading role of George. It is written by award-winner Senga Brockenhoff and Mikiros Garoes.