"Till death do us apart" at the Torronto Black Film Festival
Torronto Black Film Festival was created in 2013. TBFF is held in February each year as part of Black History Month. The mission of the event is to encourage the development of the independent film industry and to promote more films on the reality of Black people from around the Globe. The 9th TBFF will present a record number of 154 films from 25 countries.
"Till death do us part" tells the story of Ugandan woman, Denise, who fights against her husband’s will to marry another woman. Her journey gets harder, when she figures that she is the only one in the family standing against the law that the culture still holds. The film was entirely shot in Uganda. The author of the cinematography is Ignacy Kryczka.
Dolores Vunda is a film director student at the Warsaw Film School. She was born and raised in The Democratic Republic of Congo. She fell in love with the movie industry since she was still a child, believing that an image holds a thousand words. She always wanted to tell stories about what she felt was good or bad, right or wrong. The fact of not being a talkative person, she chose to tell stories in a different way.