18 Hours
18 Hours
Intellectual Scum
Intellectual Scum
Plastic Masaai
Plastic Masaai
Sticking Ribbons
Sticking Ribbons
18 Hours
18 Hours
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18 Hours
18 HoursStarring: Nick Ndeda, Sue Wanjiru and Brian OgolaWritten and Directed by Njue KevinProduced by Phoebe Ruguru & Bill AfwaniLogline: A rookie paramedic spends 18 hours in an ambulance for the life of a road crash victim who struggles to be admitted to any hospital.Download the presskit here.Awards:Best Overall film - AMVCA 2018Best Editor - AMVCA 2018Best East African Film - AMVCA 2018Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards is an annual accolade presented by Multichoice recognising outstanding achievement in television and film in Africa.Press: BBC - BBC Minute: On bringing life to the screen
Intellectual Scum
Intellectual ScumStarring: Jason Corder, Patrick Oketch and Mkamzee MwatelaWritten & Directed by Njue KevinProduced by Bill Afwani & Phoebe RuguruLogline: On board a commercial airplane, (Ruwe) an African intellect, sits next to a white man (Walter). In their conversation, which is utterly brutal, honest and to some racist, Walter blames the 'Intellectuals' as to why Africa is in such a deplorable state.Awards:Young African Filmmakers Award (YAFMA) - Afrika film festival 2016, Leuven.Jury Award - 2015 Slum Film Festival.Press: A review on East Africa's leading newspaper Daily Nation.
Plastic Masaai
Plastic MasaaiShort FilmStarring: Blake Simpson, Achar Brian and Haroun RisaWritten and Directed by: Njue KevinProduced by: Bill Afwani & Phoebe RuguruLogline: Two con-artists pretending to be Masaai warriors make a victim of a foreign transvestite tourist who is on a journey in Africa to find the mythical NGINA RIVER - a river whose stream is believed to be capable of full gender reversal.
Sticking Ribbons
Sticking RibbonsStarring: Maureen Koech and Patrick OketchDirected by Bill AfwaniWritten and Produced by Njue KevinLogline: Kimberley, a former addict, addresses a group of recovering addicts as to why immediately after being released from a rehabilitation centre she enrols back.Awards:Signis Best East African Talent - ZIFF 2014
18 Hours
18 HoursStarring: Nick Ndeda, Sue Wanjiru and Brian OgolaWritten and Directed by Njue KevinProduced by Phoebe Ruguru & Bill AfwaniLogline: A rookie paramedic spends 18 hours in an ambulance for the life of a road crash victim who struggles to be admitted to any hospital.Download the presskit here.Awards:Best Overall film - AMVCA 2018Best Editor - AMVCA 2018Best East African Film - AMVCA 2018Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards is an annual accolade presented by Multichoice recognising outstanding achievement in television and film in Africa.Press: BBC - BBC Minute: On bringing life to the screen
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