The Nairobi Film Festival came and went – and judging by the commentary online in the wake of it all, many who may have wanted to catch some of the 254’s finest film offerings, were caught unawares.
That’s perhaps a story for a different day.
One of the actual stories that emerged was just how good one film in particular had been received by audiences that attended screenings.
Supa Modo tells story of a young girl whose dream of becoming a superhero is threatened by terminal illness, inspiring her village to rally together to make her dream come true.
Directed by Likarion Wainaina, Supa Modo was the result of collaboration in writing by Wanjeri Gakuru, Gathoni Kamau, Ian Masters, Silas Miami, Kamau Wa Ndung’u and Mugambi Nthiga
Check out the trailer:
In case you haven’t had the chance to watch it yet, here are the listings for the week ahead:
— ItsMugambi.com (@ItsMugambi) April 6, 2018
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