Filled with Pomp and color on 16th June 2018, Tufilamu Pictures held the 1988 second screening. 1988 a short film that highlights the happenings of the 80’s Kenyan society, that was too often characterized by civil rights infractions against free speech that too often were associated with violent torture at the infamous Nyayo Chambers.
Will Kenya Film Industry ever catch up??
Recently, the Kenya Film Industry has been faced with lots of challenges key of them being, the recent notice by the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) alerting the Kenyan creative economy community of mandatory licensing which has since seen calls for a national conversation on the board’s relevance and the suitability of its current office...
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