Seems like taking a break is not a very good idea because Kenyan content creators have taken no rest. Don’t come slowly, I can keep up.
Let me try to bring you up to speed..

1. Another Kenyan movie on Netflix
40 Sticks is a full-length Kenyan thriller feature film set to premiere on Netflix on Friday, 20th November 2020.
#40Sticks tells the story of 9 hardcore prisoners who strive to stay alive when they realize there is a mysterious killer lurking in the shadows.

You can watch the film’s trailer here:

2 . Zippy Okoth direcrorial debut Feature film. Middle life crisis.

This film is based on real women’s stories and the challenges being 40.Daktari says this is the true version of THINK LIKE A WOMAN.
If you missed the Premiere, catch it at Anga IMAX Diamond Cinemas( parklands) on Wednesday 3pm, Friday 5pm and Saturday 5pm.

3. Why U hate premiers this Sunday. Jante Joy Juma

Saviour Kumwaka
This is a successful production from Dream house entertainment. You don’t want to miss this!
Cast interviews :
Trailer: Dreamhouse entertainment YouTube page.

4. Kenya’s official submission for the Oscars.

The Letter is Kenya’s official submission for the 93rd Oscars Academy Awards in the Best International Feature Film category. This is the first step towards the announcement of the global nominees on 9th February 2020 and subsequent Awards Ceremony on 25th April 2020.

You can watch the film’s trailer here:

5. David Waronja and Njuguna Nganga keep defying expectations and Formular!

I can’t wait to see this film .

Watch Fast Lane trailer –

6. Kenya international theatre festival happened.

Following them on their Facebook page to keep up with their good work

7. Boni Kanyuira Directorial Feature film Debut.

UTUGI highlights the plight of people with mental illness in Kenya. The film is based on the amazing story of Martha Wanjau who has taken it upon herself to take care of and rehabilitate mentally ill children in Limuru through the Utugi Angels Centre.
The film will screen in Nairobi soon.

8. Kenya Film Commission Empowerment programme.

Following the successful 1st cycle of the Film Empowerment Programme, Kenya Film Commission has opened the call for submissions for the 2nd cycle of the Programme. The categories for consideration now include film markets and festivals. For local productions, filmmakers are encouraged to submit proposals on Children content.

The submission deadline is 18th December 2020.
Apply here :

9. Softie the film is still screening

This film has already won multiple awards you don’t want to miss it. You will learn a lot. I promise.
Today’s screening updates for Softie👇🏿🇰🇪✊🏿

📽️Prestige Cinema: 3:45pm, 6:15pm
📽️Anga Diamond Plaza: 12:50pm, 2:40pm, 7:20pm
📽️Motion Cinemas: 2:30pm, 5pm
📽️Westgate Mall: 4:50pm, 6:50pm

All cinemas have measures in place to ensure your safety👍🏿😷🧴

That’s not all and more is coming. Stay tuned.

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