Everything Must Come to Light
Span Dates: 2001-2002
The Everything Must Come to Light Collection consists of video, digital-video, audiocassettes, compact discs, and papers created during the production of the 25 minute documentary of the same name. The collection contains a copy of the documentary film, transcripts, and digital photographs taken during the filming.
The documentary focuses on the lives of three same-sex identified women who are sangomas (traditional healers) in Soweto, South Africa. The documentary was directed by Mpumi Njinge and Paulo Alberton, produced by Ruth Morgan, and co-sponsored by the Gay and Lesbian Archives of South Africa (GALA) and the Out of Africa Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
An inventory of the collection is available by contacting GALA staff.
The film archives is located at the Gay and Lesbian Archives of South Africa (GALA) located in the William Cullen Library of the University of Witwatersrand in Braamfontein near Johannesburg, South Africa.
Gays -- Religious Life,
Homosexuality -- History -- 20th century,
Lesbianism -- Religious aspects,
Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- South Africa,