81 edition of Lola screen on at German Culture Centre Nairobi on 24 ,11.2014
Lola Kenya Screen is on November 24, 2014 at 6.00 PM showcasing and discussing CONSIGNED TO OBLIVION, a psychological thriller by Mark Maina Maingi.
graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer science in August 2013,
Mark Maina Maingi brought TOO LATE, a short drama he had written,
directed and edited for screening and discussion at LKSff that showcased
it on April 28, 2014. It was subjected to the usual peer review which
encouraged Mark Maina Maingi to work on his next film--CONSIGNED TO
OBLIVION--a short film that has since won the Best Short Film Award at
3rd Arusha African Film Festival and been accepted for screening on
South African pay TV channel, M-Net.
It is this film that the 81st monthly Lola Kenya Screen film forum shall showcase on November 24, 2014 at 6.00 PM and to whose screening you are being invited to.
allowing, three other shorts from from students of Kenyatta
University's Theatre Arts and Film Technology Department shall also be
LKSff has in the past screened and discussed the work of
students from Daystar University; United States International
University; Maisha Film Lab; and Youth Film Platform.
One of the
five programmes presented by the Lola Kenya Screen audiovisual media
festival, skills-development programme and marketing platform for
children and youth in eastern Africa throughout the year, Lola Kenya
Screen film forum (LKSff) brings together players in the motion pictures
sector to screen and critique films, network, encourage one another and
explore ways in which to integrate film production in eastern Africa
with other socio-cultural and economic sectors in order to come up with a
vibrant film industry. ing list, please reply with ‘UNSUBSCRIBE’ in the subject slot.