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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The Morning After

A twenty-one-year-old promiscuous boy goes through the longest morning of his life after he discovers that his staunch Christian mother has washed the clothes of a girl, he sneaked home for a one-night stand.

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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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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River Of Brown Waters

The ‘RIVER OF BROWN WATERS’ is a story of a river Called Ewaso Ng’iro in Northern Kenya crosscutting through the pastoralist counties of Laikipia,Samburu,Isiolo and Marsabit. It is a lifeline to a huge number of pastoralists and their livelihood. It supports wildlife and the various kinds of lives in its ecosystem. Being a sources of …

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My Friend Ngigi

My Friend Ngigi is a documentary about a childhood friend and former classmate who has a mental health problem and has been living in the streets of Githurai since the year 2003. The story takes us through a relationship of the friendship between the narrator (me) and how Ngigi ended up in the streets, his …

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I Won’t Kneel

“I grew-up questioning my authenticity as a Japadhola girl because I just couldn’t bring myself to kneel down while greeting other people like many other Japadhola girls did, like I had been taught. It just disturbed me that none of the boys were expected to kneel down for anything. A number of cultures within Uganda …

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Footsteps In The Dark

The short documentary film focuses on Mental Health in the Somali Community and how they find peace through religious faith.

Everything Is Not Okay

The editing is purposely colorful and not dark and gloomy. It acts as a critique on assumptions made that people can tell someone is depressed by looking at them. It is intentional in showing the need for people to listen as well as speak in order to understand each other- looks can be deceiving.


Adam, a mentor and boxing coach, struggles to shield his protégés from the reach of an extremist recruiter. As more of the young men fall to the trappings of easy money, Adam turns his focus towards Rama, a young man from the local slum area with hopes of saving at least one soul.