Slum Film Festival, Aug. 9-20 2011 @ Kibera and Mathare slums

August 11, 2011 at 7:14 pm Leave a comment


Founded in 2011 in Nairobi Kenya, SLUM FILM FESTIVAL is a pilot film festival showcasing films made by and about slums. This innaugural project focuses on the images around the slums in Nairobi with a vision of expansion to include films from around the world in the future editions.

A positive initiative for the slums and its artists, the Slum Film Festival seeks to raise positive attention and help to shift the public perspective on the slums and the people who call them home.

SFF intends to become a platform for film production out of the slums. With awareness and awards, it will help give local film projects a leg up to reach both International and local film festival circ..

SFF kicks off on August 6th 2011 and will run through August 23rd, in both Kibera and Mathare!

MISSION: Changing our belief system is central to making any real and lasting change; we are working to shift the global picture & perception of slums through social transformation utilizing media and the arts.

The Slum Film Festival is a joint project of the Spanish Embassy (Kenya), Hotsun Foundation, Slum-TV, AECID (Spanish Agency Of International Cooperation) in collaboration with the Nairobi Art Center.

CONTACT: slumfilmfestival@gmail.com

KIBERA Screenings & Performance schedule 9/11 August.

MATHARE Festival Screenings, Performance, and Workshop Schedule 15-20 August

Slum Film Festival Teaser

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