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Kenyatta University Film To Screen At 3rd iHub Watch Party

Kenyatta University Film To Screen At 3rd iHub Watch Party
The 3rd monthly #WeWatchKenyan Party will feature Broken Mirror - a fictional film inspired by the Garissa University attack in 2015

The 3rd monthly We Watch Kenyan Party sponsored by Kenyan streaming platform MyMoviesAfrica will feature Broken Mirror – a drama Produced by Whitney Namwaka and Directed by Dalton Okoth.

The screening is set to take place on Thursday 29th September 2022 at iHub Nairobi from 6.00 pm-10.00 pm.

Speaking about the film’s screening the producer Whitney spoke about its sensitive subject matter and how they refrained from disrespecting an entire religion.

Read Also: ‘We Watch Kenyan’ Initiative Launched To Promote Local Film Content

Broken Mirror is a fictional film inspired by the Garissa University attack in 2015. However, we refrained from depicting the attackers as Muslim, because Islam does not equal terrorism,” said Whitney Namwaka.

In the film, a bright student who dreams of raising her Parents out of poverty and alcoholism, Caro (Sandra Gaturi) falls in love with Scar (Sam Adino Arlcons) – who works at a Carwash but desires the life of his clients. Scar, and his workmate – Oti (Andy Joseph), are recruited by a Terrorist Group to Attack the University that Caro attends. Will he go ahead with it? Check out the next iHub screening.

“We’re thrilled to be able to screen a student film from Kenyatta University on our MyMovies.Africa™ service, to all 195 countries & territories worldwide”, said Ms. Trushna Buddhdev-Patel, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Kenyan startup YAKWETU™. “Then also feature it for our 3rd monthly #WeWatchKenyan Party, which has had a growing Audience from our July debut with Why U Hate and the August celebration of Nairobi Half Life!

Supporting the We Watch Kenyan campaign, the monthly MyMovies.Africa™ watch parties at iHub Nairobi are aimed at promoting local film and content, as well as building a community of Kenyan creatives who actually watch Kenyan Content!

The Watch Party includes a very interactive hour-long question & answer session, between the audience, cast and crew.

The Kenya Film Commission (KFC) partnered with MyMovies.AfricaTM to launch the ‘We Watch Kenyan’ initiative – with the aim of promoting local film content and building a community of Kenyan creatives who watch Kenyan content.

Supported by the Kenya Film Commission, #WeWatchKenyan is an initiative by Kenya-based Startup – YAKWETUTM online limited, which is running their MyMovies.AfricaTM watch parties, monthly until December 2022.


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