>VISITORS FROM TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL.

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At the editing room.

Visitors watching Kibera TV.

After the collaboration with Dunia Moja in screening at Alliance,Sheila Masinde of TI Kenya and Jude Luggya of TI Uganda decided to visit to solidify their partnership with Hot Sun Foundation in empowering the community through socia media and art.

Sheila says that she is impressed with what Hot Sun Foundation is doing to the community. They also get a chance to watch Kibera TV Clips

Updating the visitors.
Pausing for a group photo.

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>COMMERCIAL PROJECT

>Sandra Owaka and Matthew Wildor were today editing a piece of the Nairobi Pentecostal Church Woodley showreel that would help them market the  Hot Sun Production.

Viewing the rough cut.

Sandra Owaka says that Hard work pays and she hopes from their effort they will manage to get more clients coming.

Editing in progress.

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>CURRICULUM ORIENTATION.

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Discussion in progress.

 Today Tracy Clayton,Pamela Collet,Angela Mburi,Jospat Keya,Victor Ombogo,Victor Oluoch and wilfred Masea were discussing about the curriculum orientation in Film making course that will facilitate smooth running of the school in 2011.
Victor Oluoch says that he noted mistakes made last year and he hopes that this year things will change since the rules have to be adhered to.

Viewing the curriculum on screen.

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>WORKSHOP

>The 2010 graduants and some of the Kibera TV members attended a sound class with a lecturer Steve Yong from South Korea.”The lesson was good and we would wish to have such workshops as frequent as possible” Moses Ouma.

The lecturer explaining to the students how to match the sound with the film.

Students Viewing a short film.

>THE FIGHT AGAINST IMPUNITY SCREENINGS, DISCUSSIONS AND CARTOON EXHIBITION.

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The graduants of Kibera Film School displaying T-shirts, posters, dvd’s and other products for sale from Hot Sun Foundation during the screening at Alliance Francaise.

Audience coming by the table to sign in and inquiring about the intake that is going on in Kibera Film School.

Audience at the auditorium viewing the film Togetherness Supreme.

On the 10th of February 2011 at 3.30pm some of the Hot Sun Foundation members were at Alliance Francaise to attend the Screening of the Award Winning Film Togetherness Supreme produced and shot in Kibera, the screening was hosted with the Transparency International in collaboration with Dunia Moja.

>ARTS MANAGEMENT TRAINING SEMINAR WITH MICHAEL M. KAISER

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Inside the seminar hall
Josphat sharing some information on Kibera Film School

Angela having a word with one of the attendees

 Angela Mburi, Josphat Keya, Wilfred Masea and Belinda Adhiambo from Kibera Film School attended the half-day training workshop at GoDown Nairobi.

The training organized by The GoDown Arts Center and the Cultural Dept of the US Embassy saw a large turnout of artists of different artistic disciplines.

From Hot Sun Foundation, Belinda and her group got learn a few things on Strategic planning & Creating Visibility.

Wilfred having a word with Michael Kaiser

Wilfred Masea, the Kibera TV producer took this chance to spread word about Kibera TV.
It was such an educative event.

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>Second Graduation Foundation in Filmmaking 29 Jan 2011

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Twelve delighted youth plus parents plus community plus chief guest Federico Olivieri from the Spanish Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya celebrated their successful completion of the Foundation in Filmmaking course at Hot Sun Foundaiton.  Congratulations to all!
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