In Damien Hauser’s poignant and visually captivating “After the Long Rains,” we are transported to the coastal town of Watamu, Kenya, where we meet Aisha, a ten-year-old girl with dreams that soar far beyond the confines of her traditional community.
Co-directed by Peter Murimi and Daphne Matziaraki, it’s a narrative that resonates deeply with broader African experiences of post-independence realities.
On this front, Kenya’s roar was the loudest and most transparent in 2023. Much of the major action came from the Film Classification Board (KFCB).
The developments from the Summit herald a promising future for the Kenyan film industry, with substantial economic, cultural, and social benefits anticipated for the country.
This powerful and realistic examination of a complex and flawed perpetrator seeking redemption, screens at the 2023 New York African Film Festival.
The top streamer says it’s committed to the long-term development of African film and TV industries.
“Country Queen” is a very Kenyan story with universal themes that should make it globally accessible.
Two years into its “Africa expedition,” since its first African original series, it’s time for Netflix to reassess.