August 2, 2011

Kibera Film School Fresh Classes Begins Monday 8th August 2011

 It has been a busy week for us at the Film School the last week. There had been a lot of activities going on and among them was the interview panel had just sat to begin it's work for selecting the next candidates for the school.




Part of the judges who were interviewing the candidates who are to be the next proud Kibera Film School scholarship program, Wanjiru Kinyanjui,Extreme right and Kevin Machimbo.












Meet the three judges, Wanjiru Kinyanjui, Kevin Machimbo and Wilfred Masea,performing an interview for one of the candidates.
















 Some of the candidates waiting to get into the interview room. You could tell there was too much tension and anxiety. Don't worry it's just a process of life. It will be fine.
















 Tough looking judge Wilfred Masea seems to be needing answers. "So tell me why you need this chance?"
Tic Toc!

















 "Say a little prayer for you". This is what seems to be going through the minds of this two as they anxiously wait for their turn in line.














I want to say that it would be my pleasure to finally announce the names of the successful candidates this week and they will be the face of the next Kibera Film School which commences on August 8th 2011. Congratulations in advance and welcome to this community of a kind.

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4 comments:

  1. lovely prayer just believe in art

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  2. Begun well, everything running cool... Like the atmosphere if not the cold weather... :)

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  3. That is the good beginning. Students need proper atmosphere for teach well and express well. All the best for future of the school.
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  4. Judge looks really tough and why candidates looks nervous. All of you best of luck.
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