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Disgusting: Gay Nigerian Drama wins Queer Film Award

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Tony Ademiluyi
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As reported by Pulse.ng: 'All the Colours of the World Are Between Black and White' has won the Teddy Award for Best Feature Film at the 2023 Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale).

This is an international award that celebrates movies with LGBTQ+ topics. It is presented by an independent jury as an official award of the recently concluded festival.

Marking Babatunde Apalow's directorial debut, the award-winning Nigeran drama follows the story of two men, Bambino and Bawa, who meet in Lagos during a photography competition and immediately hit it off.

During long trips exploring the city, they develop a deep affection for each other. However, they have to deal with the pressure that comes with living in a society where homosexuality is illegal.

With Damilola Orimogunje attached as producer, the cast includes Tope Tedela, Riyo David, Martha Ehinome Orhiere, Uche Chika Elumelu and Floyd Anekwe.

Produced by Polymath Pictures, All the Colours of the World Are Between Black and White is being distributed worldwide by Coccinelle Film Sales.

Following its world premiere at the prestigious Berlinale, the movie will screen at the Pan-African Film & TV Festival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO), holding from February 25 to March 04, 2023.

This is tragic and heart-wrenching to say the least. The gay lobby isn’t giving up on its sinister quest to spread this destructive agenda to Nigeria and Africa.

Having failed in the Nigerian Senate in 2014, they are using entertainment via movies to promote this culture of death.

Why should the movie be even produced on Nigerian soil in the first place? Why should Nigerian thespians be part of the cast in view of the anti-gay law in the land? Why should such an obscene movie be shown to the public? What is the regulatory agency – the Nigerian Film and Video Censors Board doing to crack down on the production of LGBTQ movies which are gaining traction by the day?

This award will only embolden the gay community in Nigeria to produce more movies as entertainment is a very sturdy tool of public opinion moulding and soft power diplomacy.

In the public interest, these destructive movies in the name of LGBTQ should be permanently banned and there should be a ruthless crackdown on their stakeholders.

For how long will Africa be the dumping ground of all manner of insidious ideologies?

The time for the pushback is now!

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