Tujaribu is a one-hour dramedy series that follows the story of a blended Kenyan family and premieres on Kenya’s leading entertainment channel KTN. For Kenyans in the diaspora they can also catch it on KTN’s YouTube channel every Saturday at 8pm.
In Kenya and Uganda, up to 80% of those in prison have never seen a lawyer, estimates African Prison Project (APP) founder Alexander McLean.
Kenya is eyeing to host a Sh2.5 billion hub for movie and video production, music recording and broadcast services to be financed by multi lateral lenders as a way of growing Africa’s creative economy. By Neville Otuki
Submissions are open to filmmakers from around the world for entry into the official competition at the 20th anniversary edition of the Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF).
Fahmida Miller has been appointed as one of Al Jazeera’s East Africa correspondents, based in Nairobi.
Over 200 delegates drawn from the film industry, channel owners and financial sector will meet in Nairobi next week. The summit aims to find ways of promoting and accelerating development of the film and audio visual sector in Africa through commercial funding.
Brad Pitt was set to star in his wife's new big budget movie, Africa, but Angelina has reportedly left the project after filing for divorce from the actor this week.
In KIKI, a gang makes a mistake that costs one of their own his life. Now they are on the run, from the cops, and gangs far more scarier than they are.
A Hollywood film about the 2013 terror attack on Nairobi’s Westgate Mall will allegedly not be shot in Kenya. This heart-wrenching story will be filmed in South Africa starring Hillary Swank. By Shirley Genga
Renowned conservationist Dr Richard Leakey has said he is unaware that a movie on his life is to be filmed in South Africa. In a press statement, he expressed optimism that the movie would be shot in Kenya, where he has lived, but the extent of his influence on the decision is unknown.
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