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Date: Friday, 2nd May 2014
Venue: Kuona Trust
Charges: Ksh 500
The film tells the story of Oscar Grant III, a 22-year-old from Hayward, California and his experiences on the last day of his life, before he was fatally shot by BART Police in the early morning hours of New Year’s Day 2009.
Harry and Sally meet when she gives him a ride to New York after they both graduate from the University of Chicago. The film jumps through their lives as they both search for love, but fail, bumping into each other time and time again. Finally a close friendship and eventually something more blooms between them.
A great movie for the season! Come with something to sit on and with something to eat. Gates open at 6pm and movie begins at sundown.
Screen on the Green presents the Nairobi premiere of The Owner
Friday 25th May, gates open at 6.30pm, movie starts at 7.30pm
Location: Kuona Trust
Price: Ksh 500
Synopsis: The first-of-its-kind CollabFeature film, “The Owner” will premiere around the world on Friday, May 25, 2012. Filmed by 25 filmmakers on 5 continents, “The Owner” follows the adventures of an old backpack that is passed from character to character around the world. As the journey progresses, we learn details about the mysterious man to whom the bag belongs. The story, written collaboratively over the internet, brings together a variety of cultures, languages, and film styles into a singular narrative plot. On May 25th, the filmmakers, most of whom have never met met, will host same-night screenings in theaters in their own cities.
PAMOJA KWA AMANI – Free Outdoor Movie Screening with a message
Screen on the Green’s first free public screening called “Pamoja Kwa Amani” focuses on the post election violence experienced after Kenya’s last election in 2007, but is forward-looking to the upcoming elections, addressing what Kenyans’ aspirations are for the future. In addition local Kenyan film talent will be showcased to convey the message.
Three Kenyan movies – two short films, one feature length:
Why Now – GingerInk (short film)
Wale Watu – Cajetan Boy (short film)
Togetherness Supreme – Hot Sun Films (feature length)
All movies are General Exhibition (GE)
MBUSI from Ghetto Radio event MC extraordinaire.
Bring something to sit on and to munch on.This event will be held at the Sunday 29th January 2012 at Central Park (in front of Serena Hotel) from 11am. It is a daytime event using a large digital screen
For more information: http://www.screenonthegreen.co.ke