Simiyu Samurai

This Kenyan movie is about Boniface Simiyu who goes to Samurai school in Japan and then has to return after that country suffers one of its many tsunamis.

On his arrival in Kenya Simiyu is received by the warm love of his Grandmother Naomi and his little cousin. However, there is trouble, he gets into an altercation with goons who run a protection racket in his home village where his grandmother is a trader. After an almighty fight he is given a choice by the goons; surrender or his grandma and his new love (Zinzy) interest get machetted.

In an interesting turn of events, the movie ends as the audience is asked to vote by SMS on how the movie should proceed. The series can be followed (and watched for free) on the show website The hope is that the show can engage the audience and earn revenues by employing this method.

What are you waiting for? Go watch the movie: Simiyu Samurai.


Roho is a Kenyan short movie about two identical twins living in poverty in the sprawling slums of Kibera in Nairobi. The story tries to say that crime and poverty are directly proportionate to each other.

Wale Watu

Paul and Mary are two people who are from different tribes and deeply in love. Their families share a close relationship and everything looks well for their wedding.

However, with the out break of the post-election violence. Dr. Sawega, Paul’s father, loses his clinic and his brother through arson.

Stoked by politicians and tribalists, things get tense between the two families and the entire nation. Wale watu is a Kenyan movie about how the 2007/2008 post-election violence tears up a family, and a whole nation.

Et Cetera Productions and Sisimka Productions.
Supported by the Kenya Film Commission.