Get Your Squad Ready And Discover New Films At This Year’s NBO Film Fest

The 3rd edition of NBO Film Fest (Nairobi Film Festival) is currently underway. The showcase commenced at Prestige Plaza on the 6th of June and will run till the 16th.

The NBO Film Fest wants to revitalize cinema-going culture in Nairobi as a critical means of contributing to the growth of a healthy film industry in Kenya. Over the last 2 years, the audience has multiplied 5 times indicating that there is a well-established appetite for films that go well beyond what mainstream distribution currently has to offer.

This year, the festival features films from Kenyan, African, Afro-Latin and Afro-Caribbean cinema. Lusala, a film directed by Mugambi Nthiga, produced by One Fine Day Films and Ginger Ink Films made its world premiere at the festival. This is to continue a tradition that started in the 2017 premiere of Kati Kati by Mbithi Masya and was followed by the 2018 premiere Supa Modo by Likarion Wainaina

Below is how this year’s schedule looks like:

Lusala, directed by Mugambi Nthiga
Adama, directed by Simon Rouby
Cook-Off, directed by Tomas Brickhill
Subira, directed by Sippy Chadha
City Of God, directed by Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund
Keteke, directed by Peter Sedufia
Miriam Miente, directed by Natalia Cabral and Oriol Estrada Talking About Trees, directed by Suhaib Gasmelbari
Yuli, directed by Icíar Bollaín
The Tokoloshe, directed by Jerome Pikwane
Sew The Winter To My Skin, directed by Dom Pedro
Liyana, directed by Aaron Kopp and Amanda Kopp
Akasha, directed by Hajooj Kuka
Mercy of the Jungle, director Joël Karekezi
The Extraordinary Journey of Celeste Garcia, directed by Arturo Infante Five Fingers for Marseilles, directed by Michael Matthews
The Burial of Kojo, directed by Blitz “The Ambassador” Bazawule

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