All the Colours of the World Are Between Black and White | SproutsFF23
All the Colours of the World Are Between Black and White by Babatunde Apalowo
Dutch Premiere | 2023 | Nigeria | 93 minutes
This queer Nigerian story about two gay men unable to resist each other’s piercing gazes is an equally brave and sweet piece about finding happiness in a country in which homosexuality is still illegal. The tender and sensual images suck you right into their romance. It won the prestigious Teddy Award for Best Queer Feature Film at this year’s Berlinale.
The film is part of Sprouts Film Festival 2023, which will be held May 10-14. For more information about our festival and the SproutsFF23 films , click here. All selected feature films are competing for the Audience Award, so please do not forget to cast your vote when leaving the screening room. A three-headed jury consisting of industry professionals is in charge of selecting a winner from the films in the Debut Competition, while a three-headed jury of sustainability oriented students will do the same for the Eco Competition and the Eco Shorts Program.
All SproutsFF23 films are English subtitled, except for How to Blow Up a Pipeline and Vesper (which are English spoken and Dutch subtitled).