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Call For Short Films Submissions For Mathare Youth Film Festival

The Mathare Youth Film Festival is the first of its kind in Kenya. MYFF is a youth film competition, but apart from the daily screenings, MYFF will also be a  five day workshop, where youth from the Nairobi slums will be taught the essentials of filmmaking.

A key idea in MYFF is to screen films about slum/underdeveloped areas around the globe – from Indian slum suburbs and Mongolian ger camps to Brazilian Favelas and South African townships. The diversity and similarities of the films will shed some light on what life is like being young and living in a slum or underdeveloped area in 2012. The vision is to paint a more updated and less bleak picture of the lives of young people coping, enjoying and living in the slums of the world. For more information: http://myff.atspace.tv/

This is a call for submissions of films shot around or in a slum across the world. Feel free to get in touch with Andreas Juul Johansen: andreasjuuljohansen [at] @gmail.com for more information.

September 28, 2012 at 3:22 pm 1 comment

Kijani Kenya Music Festival, Feb 26th- Mar 8th 2009, in Nairobi & Mombasa

This year’s festival will be held from the 26th of February to the 8th of March.
The venues will be The Arboretum, by kind permission of FONA, The racecourse, by kind permission of the Jockey Club and at Fort Jesus in Mombasa.

Friday 27th, February, 6:30 p.m. @ The Arboretum, Nairobi
Mozart’s The Magic Flute performed by Operaplayhouse

Pamina and Tamino triumph in this most joyous of operas. The young lovers give up their freedom for love’s sake, discovering a still greater freedom. The Opera enchants both the novice and the sophisticate.
Adults: 5,000/- and 3,000/-. Children 500/-

Saturday 28th, February, 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. @ Ngong Racecourse, Nairobi
Musical Medley of Great Hits

Celebrating musical diversity, a fabulous blend of styles and character: brass bands, jazz, pop, fusion & gospel. Performed by popular Kenyan and international artists including Eric Wainaina, the London Adventist Chorale, Suzzana Owiyo & others.
Adults: Grandstand (Prime) 2,000/-, Grandstand(outer) 1,000/-, General area – 500/-, Children :100/-

Sunday 1st, March, 3:00 p.m. @ The Arboretum, Nairobi
Great Classics Concert

Classical music from diverse genres performed with consummate style. A breathtaking performance by the members of the London Adventist Chorale, Guildhall Strings, Operaplayhouse soloists & Kenyan singers conducted & accompanied by Lesley-Ann Sammons.
Adults: 3,000/- and 1,500/-. Children: 500/-

Tickets are on sale at: Nakumatt( The Junction, Westgate, and Village Market), RaMoMa Gallery, 2nd Parklands Avenue, The Energy Source, 26, Karen Connections, Forget – me – not, Nyali, Mombasa, Severin Sea Lodge/ Jahazi Marine, Mombasa, Cape Chestnut, Nanyuki
Children’s prices apply for 12 years and under

Check Kijani Kenya’s website for more information on concerts in Mombasa and flyer of the event

February 18, 2009 at 10:00 am 2 comments


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