Maisha announces 4th edition of Ngalabi short film festival

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Maisha Film Lab has announced the 4th edition of Ngalabi short film festival running from 31st January until 2nd February 2020.

“We will present to you a curated selection of short films from the African continent, Germany, and Sweden for three days,” said Fibby Kioria, the Programme Director.

She said as they have been growing more and more in the last 3 editions, Maisha is changing the venue from the Goethe-Zentrum Kampala UGCS Rooftop to Maisha Garden (in Buziga, next to Cassia Lodge).

The daily screenings are accompanied by Q&A Sessions with selected filmmakers and directors from Uganda, moderated by amazing Nikissi Serumaga.

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“Moreover, we will have music, cocktail, drinks and food vendors to create a lovely open-air cinema experience in a paradise-like garden atmosphere!” she added.

Entrance fee to the festival is Shs10,000 daily.

Screening schedule

FRIDAY, 31st January, 7pm:

FACING NORTH – Tukei Muhumuza – Uganda (9 min 25 sec) THE BETTER OPTION – Oprah Oyugi – Kenya (12 min 28 sec)

COMMUNION – Patience Nitumwesiga – Uganda (6 min 18 sec)

WAKAMBA FOREVER – Alex Maina – Kenya (8 min 38 sec)

QUESTION & ANSWERS WITH FILMMAKERS

LES PATEQUES DU CHEIKH – Nadim Cheikhrouha – Tunisia (22 min 47 sec)

AKOOTA – Dilman Dila – Uganda (20 min)

THE QUARRY – Eddy Kagutuzi – Uganda (7 min 46 sec)

QUESTION & ANSWERS WITH FILMMAKERS

SATURDAY, 1st February, 7pm:

MIRACLE – Bongi Ndaba – South Africa (24 min)

MILLET – Lydia Matata – Kenya (13 min 15 sec)

LITTLE BLACK DRESS – Esteri Tebandeke – Uganda (21 min 50 sec)

QUESTION & ANSWERS WITH FILMMAKERS

ZELTEN – David Benke – Germany (15 min 30 sec)

BLACK HEAD COW – Elizabeth Nichols – Tanzania (11 min)

TAB – Hlumela Matika – South Africa (13 min 4 sec)

TITHES AND OFFERINGS – Tony Koros – Kenya (16 min 2 sec)

SUNDAY, 2nd February, 7pm:

MASCARPONE – Jonas Riemer – Germany (14 min)

FAMILY TREE – Nicole Magabo – Uganda (17 min 16 sec)

ZOMBIES – Baloji – Congo (14 min 50 sec)

LAY LAY – Angella Emurwon – Uganda (6 min 19 sec)

QUESTION & ANSWERS WITH FILMMAKERS

UN AIR DE KORA – Angele Diabang – Senegal (23 min)

THE CULTURE – Ernst de Geer – Sweden (25 min 26 sec)

BROTHERHOOD – Meryam Joobeur – Tunisia (25 min 3 sec)

“Stay updated for a detailed FESTIVAL PROGRAM via our social media channels. Find us on Instagram as @NgalabiShorts or like our facebook page Ngalabi Short Film Festival.”

Ngalabi Short Film Festival is cooperation between Goethe-Zentrum Kampala UGCS and Maisha Film Lab.

Partners and sponsors include: Kampala Film School, Embassy of Sweden in Kampala, Independent Days|Filmfest and Filmboard Karlsruhe e. V.

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