Lola Kenya Screen invites you to its 80th monthly film screening, discussion and networking platform at Goethe-Institut on October 27, 2014 at 6.00PM.
Being screened and discussed in the presence of their creators as we focus on Kenyatta University and its film training programme shall be IMONDO (03'47'') by Deejay Msalaba, THE LUCKY ONE (03'42'') by Eric Mwangi, BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE by Charity Moraa (04’40’’), SHOES (05'41'') by Caroline Kitili, SOMEONE (07'48'') by Faith King'ola, and DEEP END by Levis Isoe (11’45’’).
LKSff has in the past screened and discussed the work of Daystar University's Ian Kithinji, Portia Opondo, Henry Mutisya and Laka Nyaga; United States International University's Asha Mwilu; Maisha Film Lab's Wanjiku Kiniaru-Hansen, Salome Mbuthia, Peggy Mbiyu and Joan Kabugu); and Youth Film Platform's Mark Maingi.
To facilitate ample time for screening, discussion and networking, we request you to please be seated in the auditorium by 5.45PM at the latest.
The initiative of ComMattersKenya in collaboration with Goethe-Institut, LKSff is aimed at critiquing, encouraging and exploring ways of integrating film production in Kenya and eastern Africa with other socio-cultural and economic sectors in order to come up with a vibrant film industry. LKSff is often one of the first places where new films can be seen and new talent spotted.