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KALASHA AWARDS 2014 SCREENING SCHEDULE OF NOMINATED FILMS 13-JUNE-2014

Gerald Langiri
June 12 / 2014

In its pursuit to make sure that the film industry is devolved, the Kenya Film Commission, at the beginning of March, presented to all 47counties at the CCK convened Governors Forum, the economic role and development of the film industry infrastructure and thereafter invited film executives from counties at the just ended National Film Conference held within Broadcast Film and Music Conference hosted by AITEC. The commission is working to meet with all County Executives that are responsible for film in each county for specific case by case study support before this financial year ends.  

To this end, they have made sure that the 2014 films for public voting will be screened upto county level. So far, they have the following towns /venues confirmed for screening; Nairobi- Alliance Francaise, USIU, Kibera Youth; Kisumu    - Alliance Francaise; Mombasa    - Alliance Francaise; Kericho among other county towns. It is in KFC’s plan to launch “County Film Screening Initiative” that will see the development of a screen culture and put to use the social halls available in each county resulting in monthly film screenings run by the institution.

After the Kalasha Nominations were announced on 10th June, below is the screening schedule for the nominated films: Come out for this opportunity watch Kenyan Films.

Date: Friday 13-June - 2014

Location: UWEZO AWARENESS ORGANISATION-KARIOBANGI NORTH (KAMUNDE ROAD; ENGYO 1997 PLAZA)

Start Time

Title

 

10.00AM- 10.20AM

KENJI

 

10.30AM-11.00AM

SIMIYU SAMURAI 2

 

11.10AM-11.50AM

THE MARSHALL OF FINLAND

 

12.00PM-12.25PM

BURNT FOREST

 

12.35PM-12.45PM

PAINFUL PRICK

                                BREAK FOR LUNCH

1.15PM- 1.40PM

THE SILENT KILLER

1.50PM-2.20PM

BEYOND LIMITS

2.20PM- 3.40PM

HOUSE OF LUNGULA

 

3.50PM- 5.00PM

STRENGTH OF A WOMAN

 

- CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR THE KALASHA NOMINEES

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