Production on Malcolm Bigyemano’s next film ‘Mawe!’ is underway. In this episode he tells us a bit about the film.
*SPOILER FREE* In this episode, Joel’s superhero geekdom helps us decipher MCU’s 17th entry. Malcolm Bigyemano joins us.
It is Video Art Month at 32º East, we had a discussion with David Cecil and Nikissi Serumaga about the definition Video Art. In reference to Maya Deren’s 1943 film “Meshes of the Afternoon”, Grace Ndiritu’s “The Nightingale”, “The Golden Chain”, “Black Gold”, Jim Chuchu’s “To catch a dream”, “Swimming in her skin again”
In this episode we discuss the documentary ‘God Loves Uganda’ which draws a connection between christian missionaries and public policy of Uganda particularly the controversial Anti-homosexuality bill.
In this episode we discuss all the seasons of Bojack Horseman with a focus on Season 4.
In this episode we talk about a few movies that have recently been released; ‘Baby Driver’, ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’, ‘Valerian and the city of a thousand planets’, ‘Emoji Movie’ – (Episode 44)
In this episode we are joined by Oscar Harding, a film researcher and producer based in the UK to discuss depictions of slave trade in film in reference to three films; Roger Gnoan M’Bala’s underrated film “Adanggaman”, Julie Dash’s recently re-released “Daughters of the dust” and Haile Gerima’s “Sankofa”.
In this episode, professional animator Mark Kakuru and recurring guest Nick Muhereza join Sharon to pick their 3 best animated movies. We range from Wolfgang Reitherman “The Jungle Book”, French-Iranian adult animated biographical film “Persepolis” and Pixars “Inside Out”
Sarah M Akol really likes “Creed”, so she came on the show and we talked about it.
Picture credit; Sarah M Akol
In this episode we talk to Producer/Screenwriter/Author Mathew Chan-Piu who has produced notable works like popular “The Hostel” series and “5 at home”. His work has been bought and distributed by Fox and Amazon.