After Reza, a non-binary rising performing artist from a township in Soweto, begins to settle into Johannesburg when Mase, a writer struggling to understand his identity, unexpectedly arrives into his life. Through their brief introduction they suddenly begin to reveal intimate vulnerabilities that both aren’t willing to confront. As they fall in and out of reality, both discover the endless opportunities to create uninhibited joy out of their past traumas. THANDO asks us to imagine a world where Black queer love is universally celebrated and protected. Join Reza and Mase on a cinematic meditation on black love, vulnerability and the pursuit of joy.
LOVER // WARRIOR// VISIONARY
WRITER // PRODUCER
HEALER // NURTURER // MOBILIZER
WRITER / PRODUCER
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