Feature length documentary

Finding Sally

Finding Sally tells the incredible story of a 23-year-old woman from an upper-class family who became a communist rebel with the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Party. Idealistic and in love, Sally got caught up in her country’s revolutionary fervor and landed on the military government’s most wanted list. She went underground and her family never saw …

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John Kitime, an energetic musician in his 60s, puts together a band to revive the dying sound of Tanzanian Zilipendwa, music from the early independence era. Weaving memories of the past and dreams for the future, John and his bandmates revisit the golden era of gleaming horns and packed dance halls as they struggle to …

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Join singer Mim Suleiman, on her journey to create an all women band. Travelling across East Africa, she encounters women who tell their stories, leading us to a different understanding of the way the world turns. From encounters on the street, to secret rendezvous behind closed doors, Mim meets activists, performers, grandmothers and children who …

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The Letter

Filmed with a gentle pace and incredible closeness, The Letter is an intimate family portrait that ascends into a dramatic climax of Shakespearean proportions. Karisa’s city-life is interrupted when his Grandma back home is called a witch and receives a death threat.   Returning to his rural village to investigate, he finds a frenzied mixture …

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The Birds and The Bees

A teenage mother struggles with bringing up her infant son while at the same time pursuing her dreams of completing her high school education and joining university and creating a better life for herself and her son.   A junior minister, seeing a gap in the avenues through which the youth in his congregation can …

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Thank You For The Rain

Kisilu, a Kenyan farmer, uses his camera to capture the life of his family, his village and the damages of climate change.


A powerful woman leads a struggle for narrative and economic justice in Kenya. Wanjugu Kimathi is searching for her father’s remains. Her father, Dedan Kimathi, was the legendary leader of Kenya’s 1950’s Independence Movement, who was executed by the British in 1957, his body secretly dumped, the whereabouts never made public. Along her journey, Wanjugu …

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Sounds Of Silence

Sounds of Silence is a coming of age film about Felista Wayua Musau. It explores her teen years as a deaf girl who’s a great dancer. From her point of view we explore her life as a dancer, a daughter and a student. We enter her dreamy world of dance and meet her friends in …

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As Kenya’s most notorious activist enters mainstream politics to challenge social injustice, he faces questions on the cost of his sacrifices, past and present, from his family and himself.

No Simple Way Home

As South Sudan hangs in the balance of a tenuous peace agreement, my mother, Nyandeng, prepares to become one of our country’s five vice presidents. Her mission is to safeguard her late husband, John Garang’s, vision for our people, our country, and our family. Contacts : ssoko@lbxafrica.com