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Wednesday 30th of November 2022

Nairobi, Kenya

Mission To Rescue Kenyan First Ever Military Action Movie

Mission to Rescue is a Kenyan movie set along the Kenya- Somali border, the Kenya Special Operations Forces who are training for their next mission receive word that the Assistant County Commissioner and two others have been abducted by the Al-Shabaab militia. Mission to rescue stems from the story of a French woman who was kidnapped by the Al-Shabab. Created in 2019, the idea seeks to highlight the effects of radicalization within the community that aim to curb terrorism.

The film’s star-studded cast features; Melvin Alusa, Warsame Abdi, Abdi Yusuf, Emmanuel Mugo, Andreo Kamau, Abubakar Mwenda, Sam Psenjen, Anthony Ndung’u, Bilal Mwaura, Justin Mirichi, Abajah Brian, Melissa Kiplagat, Brian Ogola, and Mwamburi Maole.

The Film is starring Melvin Alusa a stage, screen, and voice actor with over 16 years of experience with performances in over 10 countries. His work on stage includes Githaa, silence is a woman and Alpa beta.

On Tv and Film, he has featured in the first-grader, The boy who harnessed the wind, and the TV series crime and Justice. He’s on the radio drama Jango Love earned him an Emmy nomination at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. Another main cast is

Res who is a Somalia model-actor, and voice-over artist. His first screen appearance is on the TV drama Anda Kavaa and is currently featuring in the local radio drama, Salaam. The Movie was produced by Kara Voice Wambui and Directed by Gildert Lukalia.

Mission to Rescue is a Kenyan movie set along the Kenya- Somali border, the Kenya Special Operations Forces who are training for their next mission receive word that the Assistant County Commissioner and two others have been abducted by the Al-Shabaab militia. Mission to rescue stems from the story of a French woman who was kidnapped by the Al-Shabab. Created in 2019, the idea seeks to highlight the effects of radicalization within the community that aim to curb terrorism. The film’s star-studded cast features; Melvin Alusa, Warsame Abdi, Abdi Yusuf, Emmanuel Mugo, Andreo Kamau, Abubakar Mwenda, Sam Psenjen, Anthony Ndung’u, Bilal Mwaura, Justin Mirichi, Abajah Brian, Melissa Kiplagat, Brian Ogola, and Mwamburi Maole. The Film is starring Melvin Alusa a stage, screen, and voice actor with over 16 years of experience with performances in over 10 countries. His work on stage includes Githaa, silence is a woman and Alpa beta. On Tv and Film, he has featured in the first-grader, The boy who harnessed the wind, and the TV series crime and Justice. He's on the radio drama Jango Love earned him an Emmy nomination at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. Another main cast is Res who is a Somalia model-actor, and voice-over artist. His first screen appearance is on the TV drama Anda Kavaa and is currently featuring in the local radio drama, Salaam. The Movie was produced by Kara Voice Wambui and Directed by Gildert Lukalia. [taq_review] Set within a military camp along the Kenya-Somalia border, the Kenya Special Operations Forces who are training for their next mission receive word that the Assistant County Commissioner and two others have been abducted by the Al-Shabaab militia. Under the leadership of Captain Baraza, the soldiers make attempts to rescue the abductees and capture or eliminate the enemy amidst tough conditions. Mission to Rescue was premiered exclusively on BAZE -Safaricom's new video streaming platform on June 1st, 2021. Dial *544*55# to Join BAZE Content courtesy of  Foxton Media, Safaricom & Nairobi fashion hub 
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Set within a military camp along the Kenya-Somalia border, the Kenya Special Operations Forces who are training for their next mission receive word that the Assistant County Commissioner and two others have been abducted by the Al-Shabaab militia. Under the leadership of Captain Baraza, the soldiers make attempts to rescue the abductees and capture or eliminate the enemy amidst tough conditions.

Mission to Rescue was premiered exclusively on BAZE -Safaricom’s new video streaming platform on June 1st, 2021. Dial *544*55# to Join BAZE

Content courtesy of  Foxton Media, Safaricom & Nairobi fashion hub 

Kiu Kenyan Film Official HD Trailer

The drought ravages on as a loner woman travels the scathing land desperately searching for water.
Things however get complicated when she has a strange encounter on the way to the trade shop.

The drought ravages on as a loner woman travels the scathing land desperately searching for water. Things however get complicated when she has a strange encounter on the way to the trade shop. [taq_review] Directed By: Njiiri Karago Screenplay By : Thiongo Karago Produced By: Sharon Mindot Joe Mahinda Cast: Kendi Kinyua, Zawadi Kayyoh, David Ng'anga, Mukami Njiiru & Anthony Ashioya Blink ProductionsKE Email: info@blinkproductions.co.ke
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Directed By: Njiiri Karago
Screenplay By : Thiongo Karago
Produced By: Sharon Mindot Joe Mahinda
Cast: Kendi Kinyua, Zawadi Kayyoh, David Ng’anga, Mukami Njiiru & Anthony Ashioya

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Email: info@blinkproductions.co.ke

Idris Elba Named People’s Sexiest Man Alive 2018

Elba is People’s 33rd Sexiest Man Alive, joining a long list of Hollywood’s hottest, starting with a then-29-year-old Mel Gibson in 1985 to last year’s pick Blake Shelton.

Idrissa  Akuna Elda

Though he was an athlete at his all-boys school in London, playing first-string football, basketball, cricket, hockey and rugby, the actor insists he went through an awkward phase first. “I was very tall and skinny,” says the 6’3″ Elba. “And my name was Idrissa Akuna Elba, okay? I got picked on a little bit. But again, as soon as I could grow a mustache, I was the coolest kid on the block. Grew a mustache, had some muscles, bonkers.”

When he’s not being one of Hollywood’s hottest actors, Elba might be deejaying in Ibiza, kickboxing in Thailand, or designing his own clothing line, not to mention planning his wedding to his fiancée Sabrina Dhowre, 29, a model, to whom he proposed in February. But picking the happiest moment of his life is easy.

“Being witness to the birth of my children is the biggest and best thing ever,” says Elba, who has a 16-year-old daughter, Isan, and a 4-year-old son, Winston (both from previous relationships). “I’m super doting, big hugs, kisses, lots of love-yous. I’m sure my daughter’s like, ‘All right Dad, chill out.’ My son is still at that age where he loves a cuddle.”

As for making a connection, Elba has learned the importance of “eye contact and empathy. You know, sort of reading someone’s vibe,” he says. “I love being confident, but also I know when to rein it in and just stay humble and grounded.”

For now, the actor strives to live with as few regrets as possible. “Life isn’t about thinking about what you should have done,” adds Elba, who is currently shooting the Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs & Shaw with former Sexiest Man Alive Dwayne Johnson. “I think everyone should adopt the philosophy that tomorrow is not promised so just go for it today, man. You might as well do it to your heart’s content.

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Subira Film Official HD Trailer

A free-spirited young girl, in Lamu struggles to live out her unique dream of swimming in the ocean, against local customs and an arranged upper- class marriage. Does Subira have the courage to take her dream on, against all odds?

Subira was first screened as a short film in 2008 and was a tremendous success in Europe, after being screened in Brussels as part of an African film festival.

It won 15 international awards and now Kenyans will get to see the feature of the film, which has been made to a full-length movie.

Subira Film feature Brenda Wairimu Directed By   Sippy Chadha

Raised in an orthodox Muslim community in the remote island of Lamu, her tyrannical mother wants Subira to follow tradition; learn household chores and aim to be a good wife just like the rest and forget to live out her unique dream of swimming in the ocean. Does she have the courage to take her dream on, against all odds?

Sippy Chadha, the director of the film, says Subira’s story comes from a place of deep personal experience ,She recalls that while growing up as a girl, in a traditional family in India, her entire life was laid out in front of her.

Ravneet Sippy Chadha  – (as Ravneet Chadha)
Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)
Ravneet Sippy Chadha – (as Ravneet Chadha)
Lorenzo Favella
Vibeke Muasya

Cast
Brenda Wairimu  as Subira
Walter Keyombe as Geofrey
Tirath Padam  as  Taufiq
Nice Githinji as  Mwana
Ali Mwangola as  Adam Hussein
Shirleen Wangari as Waitress
Clifford Okumu as  Shopkeep keeper
Chantelle Winnie as Older Noor
Azza Bakkar as Sara
Wambui Gitobu as Girl at swimming pool
Tony Make as Dad of small girl
Abubakar Mwenda as  Ali
Godfrey Odhiambo as  Askari

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Bahati bags lucrative deal with NTV Kenya The Reality Show Duded Being Bahati

The Gospel singer is set to become a reality star thanks to his new show on NTV Kenya dubbed ‘Being Bahati’ that will start airing every Sunday

Beign Bahati Reality Show

After airing the first episode, many claimed were not sure what the reality show is all about. The show had a cameo from several artists who spoke about the gospel singer and his family but a few Kenyans begged the singer to make it more creative.

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1988 Kenyan Film Official HD Trailer

A short film highlighting the occurrences in Nyayo House torture chambers will premier in Kenya soon, Asimba said the film will be released online so that as many people as possible can watch in order to shade some light on Kenya’s dark and not so memorable past.
‘1988‘ is a short film on the life and events of the Kenyan society in the late 80’s, involving civil rights infractions against freedom of speech, detaining that concluded with violent torture at the Nyayo chambers.

A short film highlighting the occurrences in Nyayo House torture chambers will premier in Kenya soon, Asimba said the film will be released online so that as many people as possible can watch in order to shade some light on Kenya’s dark and not so memorable past. ‘1988‘ is a short film on the life and events of the Kenyan society in the late 80’s, involving civil rights infractions against freedom of speech, detaining that concluded with violent torture at the Nyayo chambers. [taq_review] ‘1988‘ is a modern-day adaptation, illustrating the blurred lines between dictatorship and democracy in modern African countries. The film reflects on how, commoners fought for their rights irregardless of attaining freedom equally, living in fear. Not to mention how the privileged with power, maintained law and order, by means of oppression. In conclusion, this freedom had restrictions, had rules, regulations and strict limitations.
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1988‘ is a modern-day adaptation, illustrating the blurred lines between dictatorship and democracy in modern African countries. The film reflects on how, commoners fought for their rights irregardless of attaining freedom equally, living in fear. Not to mention how the privileged with power, maintained law and order, by means of oppression. In conclusion, this freedom had restrictions, had rules, regulations and strict limitations.

Dream Child Kenyan Film Official HD Trailer

Zamaradi Productions and Athari Films have unveiled the official trailer to an upcoming Kenyan film dubbedDream Child ‘, which features actors Bryan Kabugi, Eddy imani, Irene Ayimba, Ebby Weyime and Ruth Apondi.
‘Dream Child’ tells the story of Kevin, a young high achieving teenager whose life is full of promise, in and out of school. Everything changes when he discovers a horrible secret that threatens to redefine everything in life as he knows it.

Grappling with having to find himself, and overcome a lot of what has now become an illusion, Kevin tries to solve things by himself, which proves a daunting task. He is trapped in a cruel society and a seemingly kind but evidently dark world, but one where he must succeed.

Zamaradi Productions and Athari Films have unveiled the official trailer to an upcoming Kenyan film dubbed ‘Dream Child ‘, which features actors Bryan Kabugi, Eddy imani, Irene Ayimba, Ebby Weyime and Ruth Apondi. ‘Dream Child’ tells the story of Kevin, a young high achieving teenager whose life is full of promise, in and out of school. Everything changes when he discovers a horrible secret that threatens to redefine everything in life as he knows it. Grappling with having to find himself, and overcome a lot of what has now become an illusion, Kevin tries to solve things by himself, which proves a daunting task. He is trapped in a cruel society and a seemingly kind but evidently dark world, but one where he must succeed. [taq_review] Kevin is budding teenager whose life radiate brilliance and promise. He’s one of those rare endearing straight-forward kids who score highly in and out of school. But everything changes when he discovers a horrid secret that threatens to redefine everything in life as he knows it. Armed with only what society has given him – largely a moral illusion – Kevin tries to solve things by himself. It proves a daunting task. He finds himself trapped between a cruel society and a seemingly kind but dark world. Everything is not how he was taught yet he must succeed. The dragon he must slay has many faces, some of which are dear to him. With no one to talk to, will Kevin go back to being the DREAM CHILD. Content Courtesy Of Nairobi Fashion Hub Online Digital Team 
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Kevin tries to solve things by himself. It proves a daunting task. He finds himself trapped between a cruel society and a seemingly kind but dark world. Everything is not how he was taught yet he must succeed. The dragon he must slay has many faces, some of which are dear to him.

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Kevin is budding teenager whose life radiate brilliance and promise. He’s one of those rare endearing straight-forward kids who score highly in and out of school. But everything changes when he discovers a horrid secret that threatens to redefine everything in life as he knows it. Armed with only what society has given him – largely a moral illusion – Kevin tries to solve things by himself. It proves a daunting task. He finds himself trapped between a cruel society and a seemingly kind but dark world. Everything is not how he was taught yet he must succeed. The dragon he must slay has many faces, some of which are dear to him. With no one to talk to, will Kevin go back to being the DREAM CHILD.

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Intellectual Scum Official HD Trailer

Intellectual Scum is a 2015 Kenyan short film directed by Njue Kevin. Produced by Rocque Pictures, the film is an adaptation of the controversial article ‘You Lazy (Intellectual) African Scum!’  by Field Ruwe, a USA based Zambian media practitioner.

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On board a commercial airplane, an African intellectual (Field Ruwe), sits next to a white man (Walter). In their conversation, which is utterly brutal, honest and to some racist, Walter blames the ‘Intellectuals’ for the deplorable state Africa was in.

Intellectual Scum is a 2015 Kenyan short film directed by Njue Kevin. Produced by Rocque Pictures, the film is an adaptation of the controversial article 'You Lazy (Intellectual) African Scum!'  by Field Ruwe, a USA based Zambian media practitioner. Plot On board a commercial airplane, an African intellectual (Field Ruwe), sits next to a white man (Walter). In their conversation, which is utterly brutal, honest and to some racist, Walter blames the ‘Intellectuals’ for the deplorable state Africa was in. [taq_review] Cast Jason Corder as Walter Patrick Okech as Field Ruwe Kevin Samuel as the analyst Mkamzee Mwatela as the moderator Edward Kagure as the thief Niki Behr as the flight attendant Page 2 Production Principal photography on the film began on 15 November 2015 and ended on 20 November 2015. The plane sequence on the film was shot on an actual plane at Wilson airport as opposed to creating a set on a sound stage. The director, Njue Kevin, on this decision said, "We would have used twice the budget on a set other than the actual airport. When on a shoestring budget, you have to do what you have to do." Accolades Intellectual Scum has been met with widespread critical acclaim. Screening in three continents across the globe, critics across the east African region plod it as being the most successful short film in the history of film in Kenya. It has screened at the following festivals thus far: Silicon Valley African film festival 2015, CA, USA. Film Africa 2015, United Kingdom. Africa international film festival, 2015. Nigeria - Student shorts - screened. Africa Film Festival "Out of Europe" in Cologne/Germany. Cork Africa Film festival 2015, Ireland. Afrika Film festival 2016, Belgium. Luxor African film festival 2016, Egypt. Cameroon International Film Festival, 2016. Out of Africa Film festival 2015, Kenya. The Zanzibar International Film Festival 2015. Slum Film festival, 2015. Kenya - Judges Choice Awards -*Winner Golden Diana awards, 2015. Austria Kalasha Film and Television awards 2015, Kenya.-Best Feature by a student- Nominated Content Courtesy Of Nairobi Fashion Hub & Intellectual Scum

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Cast

  • Jason Corder as Walter
  • Patrick Okech as Field Ruwe
  • Kevin Samuel as the analyst
  • Mkamzee Mwatela as the moderator
  • Edward Kagure as the thief
  • Niki Behr as the flight attendant

Disconnect Movie Coming Soon On Koko Africa

Disconnect is a new Kenyan movie starring most talented celebrities stars in Kenya Brenda Wairimu , Patricia Kihoro , Catherine Kamau , Bridget Shighadi , Nick Mutuma , Pascal Tokodi , Brian Ogola  and Illya Frank

Disconnect Movie Coming Soon On Koko Africa

Disconnect is a new Kenyan movie starring most talented celebrities stars in Kenya Brenda Wairimu , Patricia Kihoro , Catherine Kamau , Bridget Shighadi , Nick Mutuma , Pascal Tokodi , Brian Ogola  and Illya Frank Disconnect Movie Coming Soon On Koko Africa [taq_review] Produced By : Iman Mueke Assistant Producer : Robert Umija , Njiiri Karago Associate Producer : Nick Mutuma , Brenda Wairimu , Linda Karuru , Ledama Sempele and Ezy Onyango Director Of Photography : Andrew Mageto Production Designer : Naima Mungai Costume : Fortune Ngoiri , Pendu Tsinat Music : Alex Tharao , Ibrahim Sidede Sound : Lee Smith Casting : Zhuri Agency Original Story : Safina Iqbal Screen Play : Natasha LiKimani Written By : Silas Miami Executive Producers : Sheila Kaaya ,Gitonga Kimenyi ,Waruhiu Katanu Mwosa ,Elizabeth Onyango , Njeri Karago , Tosh Gitonga Co-Director : Michael Jones Directed By : Tosh Gitonga Content Courtesy Of  Nairobi Fashion Hub , Film Crew In Africa , BLINK , Koko Africa , & Primary Pictures

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Produced By : Iman Mueke

Assistant Producer : Robert Umija , Njiiri Karago

Associate Producer : Nick Mutuma , Brenda Wairimu , Linda Karuru , Ledama Sempele and Ezy Onyango

Director Of Photography : Andrew Mageto

Production Designer : Naima Mungai

Costume : Fortune Ngoiri , Pendu Tsinat

Music :
Alex Tharao , Ibrahim Sidede

Sound : Lee Smith

Casting : Zhuri Agency

Original Story : Safina Iqbal

Screen Play : Natasha LiKimani

Written By : Silas Miami

Executive Producers : Sheila Kaaya ,Gitonga Kimenyi ,Waruhiu Katanu Mwosa ,Elizabeth Onyango , Njeri Karago , Tosh Gitonga

Co-Director : Michael Jones
Directed By : Tosh Gitonga

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Neophobia Film

Neophobia is a Kenyan short film based on a modern day fairy tale, tells the story of a young woman obsessed with old routine and an unwillingness to try new things. When she unexpectedly finds an appreciation for a modern hair dryer, she is forced to completely rethink -and overthink -her life.

Neophobia Kenyan Film 

Awards Won Neophobia which scooped four awards at the UDADA film festival event which celebrates women filmmakers. The film won awards in the Best Male Director, Best Production Design, Best Sound & Score and Best Short The awards were received by the film’s D.O.P Marvin Kariuki and Mark Maina. Taking to his social media page to express his excitement, Neophobia writer and director Mark Maina wrote this, “Winning! My goodness. Neophobia just scooped four awards at the UDADA Film Festival. I’m short of words. Neophobia team, this one’s for you, you are all awesome. I am most humbled.” Earlier last year in May2017, Neophobia was screened at the prestigious 70th Cannes Film Festival in France. It was the only African movie chosen for this year’s Cannes festival. The film will be screened at Alliance Francaise on 4th December.

Neophobia is a Kenyan short film based on a modern day fairy tale, tells the story of a young woman obsessed with old routine and an unwillingness to try new things. When she unexpectedly finds an appreciation for a modern hair dryer, she is forced to completely rethink -and overthink -her life. Neophobia Kenyan Film  Awards Won Neophobia which scooped four awards at the UDADA film festival event which celebrates women filmmakers. The film won awards in the Best Male Director, Best Production Design, Best Sound & Score and Best Short The awards were received by the film’s D.O.P Marvin Kariuki and Mark Maina. Taking to his social media page to express his excitement, Neophobia writer and director Mark Maina wrote this, “Winning! My goodness. Neophobia just scooped four awards at the UDADA Film Festival. I’m short of words. Neophobia team, this one’s for you, you are all awesome. I am most humbled.” Earlier last year in May2017, Neophobia was screened at the prestigious 70th Cannes Film Festival in France. It was the only African movie chosen for this year’s Cannes festival. The film will be screened at Alliance Francaise on 4th December. [taq_review] Director: Mark Maina Writer: Mark Maina Stars: Joyce Maina, Brian Ogola, Cate Sidede Content Courtesy Of Nairobi Fashion Hub  

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The 17-minute film was screened from the 24th to 26th May 2017. The film was selected by the festival's Short Film Corner panel and Creative Minds Group.

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Director: Mark Maina
Writer: Mark Maina
Stars: Joyce Maina, Brian Ogola, Cate Sidede

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