This week I have a new co-host Philip Rugamba (@PencilManTM), a cartoonist who preferred to talk about war films (did not see this coming!). We countdown our Top fives and make some honorable mentions.
Mira Nair brought her knowledge of Uganda to the true story of a champion chess player “Phiona Mutesi”. Timothy and Sharon discuss the films achievements and failures.
Everything about Children of Men is 10/10. The acting, the direction, the music, sounds and story. With subplots so relevant to our current society, Timothy & Sharon talk about how this film is a must-watch.
Timothy & Sharon discuss the most popular Ugandan film “Who Killed Captain Alex”. They try to figure out what made it an international sensation then Timothy explains specifically what it is about the film that makes it so great.
Sharon & Timothy rave on about the latest film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
By Sharon Rwakatungu Beasts of No Nation is a 2015 war drama film written and directed by Cary Fukunaga popularly known for his work directing the 2014 crime series True Detective. The film, based on the 2005…
Timothy Niwamanya is back and this time we talk about the current state of the Uganda Film industry and I (Sharon Rwakatungu) briefly review the films I saw during the Uganda Film Festival.
For the very first Cinema Red Pill podcast episode, host (Sharon Rwakatungu) and Timothy Niwamanya discuss “The Matrix”. One of the most iconic action films which inspired the name for this podcast.
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