“HOUSE OF LUNGULA”
DUE TO PUBLIC DEMAND “HOUSE OF LUNGULA” SCREENINGS EXTEND FOR AN EXTRA WEEK AT CENTURY CINEMAX, JUNCTION MALL!
HISTORIA FILMS are happy to announce that due to public demand our adults only comedy “HOUSE OF LUNGULA” will extend its screenings for one more week starting from Friday the 29th of November till Thursday the 5th of December at Century Cinemax, the Junction Mall, Ngong road!
The good news don’t stop here as together with the support of Century Cinemax we are able to give to our fans a great ticket offer just for this coming week! The tickets will cost just 350ksh but one ticket admits two! Which means that you can bring your friend, sibling, spouse etc and just pay 175ksh each! We are doing this so we can encourage as many Kenyans to attend the screenings of this “must watch” hilarious comedy!
Here are the weekly screenings of House of Lungula:
Fri 29th of Nov 7.45pm -350ksh (1 tickets admits 2)
Sat 30th of Nov 7.45pm -350ksh (1 tickets admits 2)
Sun 1st of Dec 7.45pm -350ksh (1 tickets admits 2)
Mon 2nd of Dec 7.45pm -350ksh (1 tickets admits 2)
Tue 3rd of Dec 7.45pm -350ksh (1 tickets admits 2)
Wed 4th of Dec 7.45pm -350ksh (1 tickets admits 2)
Thu 5th of Dec 7.45pm -350ksh (1 tickets admits 2)
Get your tickets now directly from Century Cinemax at the Junction Mall or through MPESA 765948!
Note: the movie is rated adults only 18+.
Harrison Hamisi, overworked and underpaid is looking for money for bride price. A 'business' opportunity presents itself when he gets the keys to the Company House. With the CEO away on holiday, he has access to a vacant fully furnished house. He decides to cash in… Easy money doesn't always come cheap.
The cast includes Lizz Njagah, Ian Mbugua, Sarah Hassan, Gerald Langiri, Nice Githinji, Lenana Kariba, Sheila Kwamboka, Gitau Ngogoyo, Lydia Gitachu, Helena Waithera, Diana Nekoye and director Alex Konstantaras!
Sawa Sawa Festival 2013
The 7th edition of the Sawa Sawa Festival will take place on 21 December 2013 at the Nairobi Arboretum from 10 am to 6pm while the opening evening ‘meet and greet’ on Friday 20 December at the Sarakasi Dome.
The Festival will be held in commemoration of Kenya’s 50th birthday making ‘Kenya @50’ the theme of the 2013 edition. Therefore on 21 December the Arboretum will be turned into a family friendly venue with various catering points and vending areas; child activities, Sarakasi dancers and acrobats, a live band main stage and a smaller acoustic stage for the young and upcoming.
What is ZIFF???
ZIFF is East Africa’s largest film, music and arts festival, bringing new talents together from all over the world for a Zanzibar Tamasha!
GET APPLICATION FORM FOR 2014 ON http://www.ziff.or.tz/ see you there.
PRE-QUALIFIED SUPPLIERS FINANCIAL YEAR 2013-2014.
Please click HERE to download the list of suppliers for year 2013-2014. We shall notify all listed parties through official write-ups.
Dream to Screen in Only 48Hours – The 48Hour Film Project
The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which you and your team have a blast making a movie. All writing, shooting, editing and scoring must be completed in just 48 hours.
On Friday the 29th of November, participating teams will gather at The Michael Joseph Center (HQ2 Waiyaki Way, Westlands) where they will be given a genre, a character, a prop, and a line of dialogue they MUST work into their film. Films submitted even 1-minute late on 1st December 2013 will be disqualified.
Check out a video created by 150 filmmakers from 18 cities on 6 continents describing how the 48 Hour Film Project works. See video <http://www.48hourfilm.com/what>/.
For more information please visit: www.actors.co.ke
Global Platform Nairobi in cooperation with a Danish Organisation, Doctivist is hosting a 2 week intensive course focusing on giving youth professionals, activists and volunteers the skills needed to document, film and produce stories focusing on how to create awareness and promote social change through social media. read more..
|Take 254 Loan|
Deadline extended to 20th December 2013!!!!! Apply now
Youth Fund has developed a new loan product targeting young people venturing in the film making business. The Take 254 loan product provides working capital for young film makers and will be for pre-production, production and post production. Young Kenyans aged 18-34 may apply as individuals, registered groups, partnerships and companies.
Features & Qualifications include:
The maximum available for this loan is Ksh. 25M
The loan has a 6 month grace period after which the principle and interest will commence repayment.
Maximum repayment period is 72 months after the 6 month grace period.
Script Copyright assignment
Cash flow assignment
Chattels Mortgage over business assets
Deeds of Guarantee
Land &Landed property
Interest rate: 8% per annum on the amount
Processing Fee: 3% of the principal amount chargeable at disbursement.
Price –justification for these (interest rate and other charges)
Promotion – Publicity materials (availability, language, communication- benefits statements
Publicity & marketing ; Brochures, posters, Print and electronic media, on-line notices
Documents required include;-
The project must be completed to satisfaction within four months
Click here to download the application form
To download user handbook click here
There’s a great deal of potential in Kenya when it comes to the film industry.It offers wonderful filming locations and the required supporting infrastructure..Great films have been made in Kenya incorporating our producers,directors, screen writers, cast, crew and equipment see our brochure for details.....read more..
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
PRODUCTION OF A DOCUMENTARY OF KENYA’S FILM AND TELEVISION INDUSTRY SINCE INDEPENDENCE.
“Kenya at 50 Documentary/Show-reel”
Kenya Film Commission (KFC) is a State Corporation mandated to facilitate the development of a vibrant film and television industry in Kenya and to market the country’s filming potential locally and internationally.
The Commission invites competent and qualified production agencies/production houses to indicate their interest in providing services for producing a show reel to celebrate and commemorate 50 years of Kenya’s Independence through a collage of Kenya’s filming and television industry diverse offering over the fifty years, creating a more competitive appeal of Kenya as a unique filming and television location, thereby creating a positive image and build sustainable, long-term demand for Kenyan productions...read more
ONE FINE DAY FILMS
We are about to start our 2013 edition - the 4th workshop session (we´re growing!) with Filmmakers from 14 different African countries.
The power of the web is changing lives in Africa every day. Africa Connected. Success stories powered by the web. is an initiative by Google in collaboration with our partners that is aimed at creating a platform to:...... Read more..
Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards Entries submission!
kindly note you can drop above AVCA entries at;
MULTICHOICE KENYA LTD - HEAD OFFICE
Multichoice House, Karuna Rd,Westlands,Nairobi
P.O.Box: 60406-00200 City Square
CALL FOR FESTIVAL SUBMISSION
The High Commission of India in would like to invite KENYAN FILMMAKERS to submit entries for the 13th Mumbai International Film Festival for Documentary, Short and Animation Films (MIFF) from 3 – 9 February 2014. Read more..
Film Kenya Magazine is a brand new complimentary guide to film making in Kenya and a magazine which intends to promote local film productions/producers and campaign for the expansion of the Kenyan Film Industry.
Contributed articles are written by our very own local producers, directors, actors, actresses, screenwriters, scriptwriters, and people with a passion for film.
We intend to distribute this magazine in 3 Kenyan cities and 15 Kenyan town and the 3 cities.
FILM BIZ AFRICA
Film Biz Africa magazine is a unique bi-monthly print infotainment magazine which covers a wide variety of film and entertainment business related topics from across the continent and beyond, vigorously marketing African films, actors, actresses, producers, directors and persons in the film and media industry at large.
Film Biz Africa's mission is to encourage people to embrace and appreciate African content and it also seeks to encourage international investors to invest in various African film industries.
www.filmbizafrica.com serves both as an online film distribution platform for African filmmakers across the world, an interface for the magazine's audiences to interact with the team, a sales and marketing avenue for African film related equipment and a business registry of film businesses across the continent.
See what they have http://www.filmbizafrica.com/#content
OFDF - PRODUCTION DESIGN APPLICATION!
RIVERWOOD ENSEMBLE LAUNCHED!
The Riverwood Ensemble was launched Thursday 25th July 2013 at the Kenya National Theatre in an event hosted by the Kenya Film Commission in conjunction with Riverwood Ensemble.The Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Sports, Culture and Arts Mr. Patrick Omutia was the chief guest at the cocktail event..read more
Licenses & Taxation
1. Production Licenses
The Department of Film Services (www.filmservices.go.ke) handles film production licensing in Kenya. Film Licensing is a simple and relatively cheap procedure. For more details on Film Licensing click on the link below