First Visitors To Our New Gallery

Hey people our new gallery got our first visitors today. Ria Nyman with her daughter and two friends came along. They did not leave empty handed. They got themselves some beatuful necklace beads and a DVD copy of Kibera Film School work.

Please don’t miss out the fabulous art work from Kibera. Come and get a piece for yourself.

Visitor pose for a photo with Sandra and Bonface
Ria and her group look for their selection

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Check Out Our Gallery

Art displays on the wall.

 Today we have opened an art gallery in our premises. Packed with paintings, bead work, DVDs produced by the trainees and many more.

Ken arranging the gallery.
Some of the DVDs on sale at friendly prices.
Sandra and Bonface the heads of the gallery.

We encourage you to come and grab a piece for yourself and experience the artistic nature of the Kibera youth.

To support the great youth of the Kibera Film School, please visit our Global Giving Page

Road to Malindi, and from Narok.

Clarence filming Sandra’s film “Conned”
Josphat the D.O.P of “Safari” Bonface’s film
Their have been numerous activities going on in the school.  Some of the trainees headed to Kisii and Narok for the Togetherness Supreme Road Show, they were accampanied by two Hot Sun Foundation members.
Same to this week Wilfred Masea, Evans Kamau, Aida Acheing and Amos Owino headed to Malindi for the Insight Malaria Shoot. Insight Malaria is an initiative of the Stop Malaria Now campaign. Wilfred and his group will join others in Malindi, who the shooting of the documentary.
The trainees who are still at the school have been busy on their second projects. Their second projects is a 3 min narrative. This weekend Sandra Owaka and Bonface had their first scenes filmed.

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