We here at the film school have started the week on a very busy note, but also to an astonishing experience, we had visitors Sandra J. Ruch, and Micki Dickoff both successful film makers from Los Angeles.
Both visitors were delighted by the works of the students and even had a chance to get some merchandise from our school gallery.
They also got a chance to meet aspiring film makers and talk to them, this was a great opportunity for all students, we got to ask questions and get answers from a professionals point of view, this was very much appreciated.
Apart from all that fun activity, the friendly duo also watched and commented on some of the students projects, it was good to see them appreciate our work, the students bonded with them and even took photos, we all appreciated the vsit and would love for them to visit the school again.
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October 6, 2010
|Victor and Josphat with Moran|
Josphat was the Producer/Director, Victor the D.O.P and Clarence was the Asst. Cameraman. It was indeed an experience for the crew. This is part of the ongoing process of integrating the youth into professionalism in the film industry.
“I’m happy that I was challenged to produce and direct the project, the challenges I faced were all to build me up and prepare me for the next level in this industry, I’m one more step ahead through this project.” Josphat
“We worked as a team, consulting each other during the shoot. It was the best experience ever outside Nairobi, I’m proud of what we did.” Victor
“I feel privileged to have been in the team of Josphat and Victor, I learnt a lot. This is the kind of experience we need.” Clarence
|Clarence on set with a reflector|
|The crew;Victor, Clarence and Josphat|
|Josphat and Victor|
(To support the great youth of the Kibera Film School, please visit our Global Giving Page)