Heal The Nation

Heal the nation is a 30 minute documentary…a touching story, an eyewitness account…of the tragedy that befell Kenyans after the 2007 December elections. Victims and perpetrators meet as they narrate their stories on Kenya worst tribal conflict that left over 1,500 dead and nearly 500,000 people internally displaced. A cry for justice and reconciliation rings through this documentary and what will happen if we don’t reconcile before 2012 elections.

Hip Hop Colony

In the mid 90’s Hip Hop music took some of its first baby steps on Kenyan media, many doubted its legitimacy. Ten years later it’s become a legitimate industry that’s not only creating employment for the artists but for youth as well. Hip hop is the biggest culture in the world today.

In recognizing the significant accomplishment Hip Hop has had in our country. We made a film titled Hip Hop Colony that celebrates the genesis and continuous rise of Hip Hop in Kenya . This is a film of epic promotions, capturing and placing the Kenyan youth within a worldwide revolution with tremendous effects.

Good Fortune

Good Fortune is a provocative exploration of how massive international efforts to alleviate poverty in Africa may be undermining the very communities they aim to benefit. In Kenyas rural countryside, Jacksons farm is being flooded by an American investor who hopes to alleviate poverty by creating a multimillion-dollar rice farm. Across the country in Nairobi, Silvas home and business in Africas largest shantytown are being demolished as part of a U.N. slum-upgrading project. The gripping stories of two Kenyans battling to save their homes from large-scale development present a unique opportunity see foreign aid through eyes of the people it is intended to help.