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Click to enlarge the above images As if the BRC Anniversary show weren't enough on Saturday, there's a screening of Pumzi. Recall that I mentioned the film back in February, just after the film finished its run as an official selection of the Sundance Film Festival. This looks like it'll be a great afternoon, as […]
So, in addition to rock bands, Kenyans are making science fiction films. How cool is that? Pumzi, directed by Wanuri Kahiu, is an official selection from the recent Sundance Film Festival. More expectations being confounded, right? For more info on the film, head over to my man G. Kofi Annan's blog, Annansi Chronicles. He's got […]