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BABATUNDE APALOWO’S DEBUT FILM WINS AWARD AT THE FRAMELINE FILM FESTIVAL.

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Babatunde Apalowo’s debut film, All The Colours Of The World Are Between Black And White has won the Frameline Fest Out In The Silence award.

Since picking up the Teddy Award for Best Feature Film at the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival Berlinale earlier this year, the romantic drama has bagged various awards and jury mentions across the world.

The movie’s latest win is an honor reserved for extraordinary films that highlight brave acts of visibility, especially in places with difficult systems that prevent LGBTQ+ people from living freely.

Held in San Francisco, California, the Frameline Film Festival is regarded as the biggest and longest-running queer film festival in the world.

In addition to the Out In The Silence Award, the movie received a special award at the Festival Mix in Mexico.

Written by: Ella Adike

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