Get Some Money Review

Title :         Get Some Money Director: Biko Nyongesa Writer:     Biko Nyongesa Length:     7 minutes Another Jesus film. But not exactly the narrative you got from Sunday school. Biko Nyongesa’s third short not only focuses on the Judas perspective, but also upsets the cart on so many levels it will have all you conservatives getting your... Continue Reading →

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What Angles?

Film        : Angles of My Face Director  :Manu Maina Writer     :Alice Kombani Cast        :Alexander Owiti, Esther Gicheha, Malik Kombani, Sylvia Wanjiru It was one of those rare times I get to hear that a Kenyan movie is showing at Imax. I had to see it. This is a directorial debut by Manu... Continue Reading →

Riverwood Oscars

The Riverwood fraternity gathered at a lavish ceremony (by Riverwood standards) to mark the second annual Riverwood Academy Awards at the garden of the Alliance Francais in Nairobi. I missed last year's and I had never attended A Riverwood event before so I was pretty curious.As I approached the venue, I met part of the... Continue Reading →

Festival Review: Udada Festival

This past week I experienced something rare. I, a man, got to see the world through the eyes of women. I got to see firsthand their fears and hopes, their struggles and victories. All this was in the course of the just concluded inaugural Udada Film Festival. The festival, held in Nairobi, is dedicated to... Continue Reading →

Veve. Sweet Chew

Film :        Veve Genre:      Drama/Thriller Director:  Simon Mukali Writer:       Natasha Likimani Cast:            Denzel Odhiambo, Liz Njagah,  Rugene Mike, Conrad Makeni.   Finally, the (in)famous miraa pick-ups from Meru made it to the silver screen! Another Kenyan legend immortalised by a film and this is one... Continue Reading →

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