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Join us this Saturday – the 1st of November 2014 as we look at what’s new in this year’s competition and talk all things film.
From 10:30am at the Michael Joseph Center we share what’s new in this year’s competition and how we’re helping you make better films.
Join the Discussion:
• Look, Feel, Style & Structure: An engaging discussion on ‘The Language of Short Film’ hosted by myself and Jim Chuchu – Creative Director at The Nest.
• Social Media & Film: Hosted by Mark Kaigwa, Founder of Nendo Ventures. (How we as filmmakers can benefit from this growing phenomenon)
We’ll answer all your 48HFP questions, reveal this year’s list of Genres and share a couple of our favorite short films from 2014.
Do you have your team yet? Are your registered? You’ve still got time.
Registration is still open.
To register got to our homepage and click on the ‘Register For Nairobi Now’ link. Registration is KSh 8,000 per team!
48HFP Nairobi – Meet & Greet
Date: 1st November 2014
Venue: The Michael Joseph Center – Safaricom House, Waiyaki Way, Westlands
Check out what Nairobi’s previous 48ers had to share about last year’s experience:
Auditions are taking place tomorrow Saturday and Sunday (9am-4pm) at the Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom House, Waiyaki Way, Nairobi.
Dates: August 9-10, 2014
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre
Time: 9 am – 4 pm
To Audition, please fill the Application Form found on Safaricom Jazz Website: http://safaricomjazzfestival.co.ke/
Featuring Mugambi Nthiga, Jane Gachui, Ian Nthiga, Yafesi Nsubuga, Patricia Kihoro and Kevin ‘K1’ Maina
Date: Wednesday 21 May 2014
Venue: Purdy Arms Restaurant, Marula Lane – Karen
Movies Under The Stars
This film examines Kenyan identity, youth empowerment, forgiveness and personal accountability for keeping the peace.
The film’s key aim is to remind Kenyans that it is individuals who have the power to say no to tribalism, rumours and corruption.
Featuring actors famous across Kenyan stage and screen, including Joseph Babu Wairimu, star of Nairobi Half Life and winner of Best Actor at the Durban International Film Festival 2012. The film is funded by Safaricom Foundation.
Drinks: 6.30 pm, Movie: 7.00 pm
Ksh 1,700 Movie, Drink & Pizza special
Ksh 600 Movie & Drink
Reservations: 0724 255 299, 2339158 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mpesa Pay Bill No: 400800, followed by Account No: 6571570019
Auditions: Open Possibilities for Young Musicians, Mar. 22-23 2014 @ Strathmore University Auditorium
Dates: Mar. 22-23 2014
Venue: Strathmore University Auditorium
Get registration forms which must be filled and returned before the audition dates from email@example.com / 0715-918977
Performances by: Richard Bona, The Nile Project, Rhythm Junks – Belgium, Yuval Cohen – Israel, Aaron Rimbui, Chris Bittok, Eddie Grey, Jacob Asiyo and Kavutha Mwanzia
Proceeds from this concert will go to the purchase of music instruments for the Ghetto Classics Music Programme.
Mobile East Africa, the East African edition of the most progressive and interactive mobile focused events in Sub-Saharan Africa, is primed to once again be the leading mobile focused conference in the region this year.
The event will feature the very best local and international speakers from organisations including IBM, Safaricom, Jumia Kenya, iHub, Virtual City, FrontlineSMS, Praekelt, SAP and Airtel.
World-renowned mobile expert Tomi Ahonen will deliver a special address during the main conference, as well as a dedicated full-day workshop on Friday, February 14th.
Dates: 12th – 14th February 2014
Time: 9am to 5pm daily
Venue: Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi, Kenya
Vist their Website for more information