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Posted: 24-12-2015

After the well-received screenings in the Netherlands 'One Kingdom, One Love' is heading for the Dutch Caribbean islands in January and February 2016. Currently we are working hard on planning data in at least four locations. Keep an eye on the social media channels of 'One Kingdom' for further details and (possible) ticket sales.

10 January 2016 - Official premiere in Philipsburg, St. Maarten.  More info >>
14 January 2016 - Official premiere in Willemstad, Curacao. More info >>
16 January 2016 - First screening on Saba (Windwardside) More info >> 
11 February 2016 - Official premiere in Oranjestad, Aruba More info >>
16 February 2016 - Offical premiere in Kralendijk, Bonaire More info >>

Posted: 18-12-2015

Before and after the screenings in The Netherlands, several Dutch and Antillean media picked up the news of ‘One Kingdom, One Love’. There were items on National radio and articles in newspapers and online. A selection of the publications to date.

Read the article of The Daily Herald
Read the article of Antillianen.com
Listen to NPO Radio '1 Op Straat'
Read the article of NTR Caribisch Netwerk

Posted: 14-12-2015

The International Queer Festival and Migrants (IQMF) has programmed an additional screening of 'One Kingdom, One Love' on Tuesday, December 15th in 'LantarenVenster' in Rotterdam. The screening starts at 19.00 and will be followed by a Q&A with director Sebastiaan Kes and protagonist Melissa Gumbs.
Posted: 12-12-2015
"One Kingdom, One Love' will premiere on Sunday, December 13th, 2015 at the International Queer & Migrant Film Festival (IQMF) in De Balie Amsterdam. The documentary was chosen as the closing film of the festival. After the screening there is a Q&A with director Sebastiaan Kes and protagonists Raymi Sambo and Angelo Tromp.

Prior to the screening, there is a panel discussion on (un)equal rights for LGBTI's in the Kingdom of the Netherlands in De Salon of De Balie. With Boris Dittrich (Human Rights Watch), Glenn Helberg (Ocan) and Raisa Sambo (activist). The discussion and Q&A are moderated by Tanja Fraai.

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