The film is about a boy born with Albinism his rejected by his father, and we follow his story of love loss and his rise to stardom. It essentially is a becoming of age story of a boy born with Albinism.
What we are hoping for you to see is a feature film I worked on it’s called Can They See Us, I believe this will open a discussion and also change the perceptions of Identity.
Kenny Mumba is a Visual Creative Director with over 15 years, experienced working with creative arts in production management / directing across the African continent.
With 10 years Plus working on several brands across Africa. Founder of K-Roc Pictures. Country reach Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, South Africa, Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ethiopia and many more that add to the rich African directive style that Kenny Possess.
His in-depth understanding of African youth culture and consumer behaviour has been recently relied on in several African Markets; Uganda Waragi , Wahl South Africa, Facebook South Africa, KFC South Africa, Airtel (UG/Zambia/Tanzania), Vodacom Tanzania South Africa, Standard Bank South Africa, Absa, Coca Cola, Safaricom, Super Sports PSL, GOTV, FNB, Ab InBev (Mosi), MTN and more.
Every year, over a hundred of the brightest law students from across Africa gather in a different capital city to compete at the prestigious African Human Rights Moot Competition. Over the course of one week, these young aspirant lawyers act as both prosecution and defence on a fictional human rights case, each hoping to bring the trophy back home. African Moot follows teams from Uganda, Kenya, Egypt and South Africa as they prepare for the annual competition happening in Gaborone, Botswana. This year’s case is centred on the rights of refugees on the continent and each student has to grapple with burning issues around migration facing their own countries. Daniella is the bright and elegant star student from Makerere University in Uganda whom everyone expects to win. Edward, the homosexual son of Ugandan refugees to South Africa, is apprehensive about how he will be received by students from elsewhere in Africa. Kareem from Cairo is a committed Pan-Africanist who also loves to party. Amor hails from a very poor village in Kenya but is determined to make it to the top. At once a human story, political documentary and dramatic competition film, African Moot intimately captures their hopes, conflicts and ever-evolving ideas as they converge for one intense week of debate, bonding and high emotion. Tracking their progress from preparation and preliminary trials towards a dramatic finale, the film delivers not only insight into urgent political questions facing Africa but also shows how committed African youth are trying to shape the future of their continent.
Human rights lawyer turned filmmaker, Shameela Seedat focuses mainly on character-driven stories and has been commissioned to make several documentaries for local and international television, and civil society institutions. Her first independent feature-length documentary Whispering Truth to Power, about the last year in the office of South Africa’s first female Public Protector, won awards from Hot Docs, FESPACO, Luxor African Film Festival, St Paul and Minneapolis FF, Jozi FF and African Studies Association and has shown at over fifty festivals around the world.