Friday, 08 July 2016 00:00

GRASS TO GRACE

Prostitution and street urchin is what was left of them.

It was a punishment they well knew came from cultural ignorance and greed from the so called loved ones.

Struggle was met with care and love ans result was desired.

Starring - Kange'the Mungai, Jeremiah Kihonge and Sonia

Published in Lastest
Friday, 07 November 2014 13:02

CHOICES

Choices have consequences; this is what Brian does not really get.
Brian is a player, or he thinks he is until he gets played. Wanting everything for himself, his selfishness speeds up his destiny to destruction.
The two sisters getting played by Brian realize their mistakes but is it a little bit too late? Reconciliation between them seems a tall order but with the interference of a pastor and guidance from a religious point of view, there's a ray of hope.
Cast

Naomi...............Jackie Kaboi
Brian..............Vihum Wahome
Idah...............Vivian Ritho
Stella...............June Muthoni
Woman 1............Eunice Muigai
Woman 2............Barbara Njambi

Producer/Director
Nicholas Waiganjo

Published in Favorites
Friday, 08 July 2016 00:00

BACKLASH

Kiisha has the perfect life. The perfect husband, the perfect home, and now the perfect child. Life has made perfect sense since she met Toby. But the situation takes an unlikely turn when arrangements are made for her to stay at her in-laws while her husband is away.

The story unfolds as deep and sometimes dark secrets emerge about her past and will ultimately lay the path for her future....

Backlash delves into the sometimes-strained family relationships usually hidden from public view and uses carefully structured flashbacks to tell the story of a woman's struggle to find love and happiness.

Nominated for "Best Supporting Actress" in the Kalasha Awards 2009.

Nominated for "Best Picture" in the Kalasha Awards 2009.

Won Best Actress award at Kenya international film festival 2007.

Published in Favorites
Wednesday, 06 July 2016 00:00

BENTA

Benta is the name of the key character as well as the title for the film. The movie is a screen adaptation of well-loved stage play going by the same title.

Benta grew up as a normal child until, as fate would have it, her parents perished in a road accident. At the time, Benta, the first born of her family, was only 15. The presence of the
extended family during the funeral of her folks might have given this newly orphaned child a ray of hope. A hope that was short-lived.

We then see Benta and her siblings get kicked out of their home by a ruthless landlord and like many other orphans, they head for the slums.

Now at 17 years, Benta is out of school and needs to keep providing for her siblings. She has three choices – to look for a husband, become a prostitute or get a job that has some decency to it. Well, this is how she ends up at the Fulani's, as a maid.

The Fulani home is a typical upper middleclass home, where we meet another kind of teenagers. Dedan and Sheeana Fulani deliver to the plot teenagers in a "normal" environment – also known as spoilt brats.

The question remains – will Benta survive her situation? The answer lies in the film.

Nominated and won "Best Actress" in the Kalasha Awards 2009.

Nominated for "Best Picture" in the Kalasha Awards 2009.

Published in Favorites
Wednesday, 06 July 2016 00:00

Formula X

Formula X revolves around the life of a young successful scientist (Frank) who discovers a vaccine for the HIV Virus. In his quest to make a huge international sale of the patented drug, a rival company uses a paid criminal (Juma) to get this formula that contains vital information about this vaccine. The film shows a twist between his secret relationship with his secretary (Lisa) and his struggle to protect his business empire from the world of organized crime while at the same time sustain a marriage with his wife (Cindy) which is falling apart.

Formula X features notable cameos by local celebrities such as Eric Wainaina, Karma, Gich Boy, Nonini, and Chris Kirubi among other surprises. They are superbly cast to play their roles and take this movie told in a nonlinear fashion to new heights in Kenyan cinema. The soundtrack will be released along with the movie through SoulChild records. It features the larger than life theme song for the movie titled "Salvation" that was beautifully crafted and performed by Kanjii. Some new tracks from Lady B as well as dynamic compositions such as "Kilio" by Jogg C/Gospel Fathaz, "Too Far From Home" by Eric Wainaina that have also proven to be hits. The movie is a co-production between Light Media and Serengeti Studio.

Published in Reviews
Wednesday, 06 July 2016 00:00

Spring

Schools are for studies, this is one point someone missed and made life for others a living hell. Choices have consequences and for every action their is a reaction and opposite reaction.

Enjoy this thriller movies starting Andrew, Mbaruti, Mellany.

Directed and Executive producer – Paul Mwangi

Produced by – Daniel Wachira and written by – Peter Kimani

Published in Hot Movies

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