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Opportunity/Call for Applications: Film Critic & Journalism Workshop, by Feb. 9 2014 for Mar. 31 to Apr. 11 2014

The producers of the ONE FINE DAY FILM Workshops (NAIROBI HALF LIFE, SOMETHING NECESSARY, SOUL BOY) will be running a Film Critic workshop in Nairobi.

For those interested find the application link here. // OFDF Film Critic Application

NB: Applications close on February 9, 2014

January 22, 2014 at 8:50 am Leave a comment

World Peace Day Screening, Sept. 21 2013 @ Kuona Trust

For world peace day, Kuona Trust in collaboration with PUMAPeace presents a screening of the 2013 Films4Peace project.

This will feature 6 short films by 6 contemporary artists visually interpreting their perception of peace. Also, screening will be the feature film Something Necessary produced by Judy Kibinge

Date: September 21, 2013
Venue: Kuona Trust
Screening starts at 6pm
Entry is free

September 20, 2013 at 2:57 pm Leave a comment

Screening: Something Necessary, May 10 2013 @ the Nest

Something Neccessary
Date: May 10, 2013
Venue: The Nest
Time: Screening at 1900h
RSVP by email: to muse@b9-studios.com

Something Necessary is an intimate moment in the lives of Anne and Joseph. A woman struggling to rebuild her life after the civil unrest that swept Kenya after the 2007 elections claiming the life of her husband, the health of her son and leaving her home on an isolated farm in the Kenyan countryside in ruins, she now has nothing but her resolve to rebuild her life left. A young man, troubled gang member who participated in the countrywide violence is drawn to Anne and her farm seemingly in search of redemption. Both, Joseph and Anne need something that only the other can give to allow them to shed the painful memories of their past and move on. – IMDb

Watch the trailer

Some members of the cast and crew will be at the screening for a discussion after the film.

May 9, 2013 at 1:52 pm Leave a comment

Screenings: S/Elections 2007/08 – Ni Sisi & Something Necessary, Mar. 1 2013 @ Goethe Institut

Date: March 1, 2013
Venue: Goethe Instut
Time: 4 & 6 pm

Screening of: Ni Sisi and Something Necessary

For more info: Goethe Institut website

March 1, 2013 at 1:23 pm Leave a comment

Call for Application: One Fine Day Film Workshop 2013, by May 1 2013


Apply for the One Fine Day Film Workshop programme 2013 Film Department Training

Treasuring African stories and wanting to enable young talented film-makers to reach a larger amount of viewers, the independent film production company ONE FINE DAY FILMS developed with DW-AKADEMIE and GINGER INK a training workshop concept called One Fine Day Film Workshop. It provides the instruction of amateur film-makers in various departments by professional filmmakers, as well as the realization of a feature film as an on the job training that conveys film making in practice.

During the workshop a chosen group of talented young African film-makers will get in contact with professional film-makers from all over the world who are pleased to share their know-how and knowledge with them.

Module 1 – Film Department Training

Module 2 – Feature Film Workshop (Film making and post production module)

APPLY NOW – Guidelines and Application download here.
The completed application form must be received by May 1st 2013 at application@onefinedayfilms.org

Full information here: http://www.kwani.org/new/announcements/69/call_for_application_one_fine_day_film_workshop_2013.htm

February 7, 2013 at 3:27 pm Leave a comment

Film Premiere: Something Necessary, Jan. 24 2013 @ Century Cinemax – the Junction Date: January 24, 2013

something necessary
Venue: Century Cinemax – The Junction
Tickets: Kshs 450 [limited tickets]
Time: 18:45

For more information: Facebook event page

Something Necessary is an intimate moment in the life on Anna, who is struggling to rebuild her life after the 2007 civil unrest of the Elections that claimed the life of her husband. Her sons’ health and the reality of been left in her home on an isolated farm in the Kenyan countryside in shattered pieces and ruins.

Ann, once a nurse, with a solid career, united one big happy loving family, she now has nothing to hold on to but her resolutions to rebuild her life. Joseph, a troubled young man and also a gang member, he participated in the 2007 violence that was countrywide is attracted and further drawn to Anne and her farm.

Astoundingly this is only seemingly in search of REDEMPTION.

Joseph and Anne need something that only the other can give to allow them to shed the painful memories of their past and move on. Both need each other – but will either of them find it?
WILL FATE ALLOW EACH NEED THE OTHER??

Based on true life in KENYA

January 22, 2013 at 4:12 pm 2 comments


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