DCI, German Embassy Partner To Produce ‘Supastaz’ Film

The Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI), Kenya Film Commission, and the German Embassy have partnered to produce the film ‘Supastaz’.

The film aimed at curbing child trafficking is showing at Alliance Francaise on Monday, April 11, 2022.


Supastaz is based on events around a nine-year-old girl seeking to enroll in a dancing competition alongside her friends.

The event turns catastrophic as a child trafficking cartel targets the competition.

The film has been produced by Krysteen Savane with over 150 cast and crew taking part in its production.

The film also stars other local stars including Naomi Ng’ang’a, and popular productions such as Aunty Boss, Sue na Johnnie and Makutano Junction.

DCI Boss George Kinoti on Supastaz

DCI boss George Kinoti pointed out that the film is a noble project that will give vulnerable children a voice.

He also appreciated the German government for sponsoring the project.

“We thank the government of Germany through our dear sister the ambassador who have sponsored this project,”

The DCI boss called on all stakeholders to enlist the services of DCI’s Child Protection Unit.

“I am calling you all with that drive to think about our children, to support our Child Protection Unit and all stakeholders who have congregated to think about children,”

German ambassador to Kenya Annette Gunther also urged parents and caregivers to watch the film and learn the ways of preventing crimes against minors.