LAST DANCE IN KALOLENI is a drama about the struggle of ordinary people for an acceptable future in the face of political and personal uncertainty and upheaval. Set in 1959 Nairobi, Kenya, on the eve of independence from colonial rule, the story follows the life of Miriam, a young housewife living in African Railway housing estates, who loves to dance. Jolted out of her secure surroundings of the Railways by her husband, Aleke’s industrial accident, she finds herself thrown into the center of political and personal transformation. Miriam’s life, dreams of upward mobility and sense of self must be reconsidered as she struggles to find a way to survive. In the process she runs into an old flame, Tipa, who complicates her decisions. Her ability to dance proves essential to her survival and the final choices she makes.


 ” We are passionate about this story for its ability to bring back those times and those dreams that imagined life and the city yet to come. We embark on this film project to celebrate Nairobi. “

The Time is Now - Music video


Save The Railway we embarked on a one of a kind journey to document Kenya’s railway stations that were at risk of demolition and severe dilapidation. These photos showcase our journey across the country to document the obvious, the elusive, the tangible and the intangible.

Ujenzi is a musical reflection and celebration of Kenya’s history.  The music, as with all other works by the composer, is his interpretation of the classical music idiom from a Kenyan’s perspective


Kickstarter Update

Hi folks Things are moving forward with our movie project, although more slowly than we expected. We have completed a ...
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Time is Now – Video launch

Premier for short video at the Phoenix Theatre. On the 19th of March, 2-5 pm we shall be launching The Time ...
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Save The Railway Exhbition

The Save The Railway Photo Exhibition opened  Friday the 19th of August, 2016 at The Shifteye gallery, Nairobi . The exhibition which showcased photos of ...
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