Monday, October 26, 2009

Peace Wanted Alive

(Via NairobiLiving)

Screens at National Museums on Tuesday 27th October 10.00 a.m.

Director: by Judy Kibinge

Producers: Peter Kariuki, Judy Kibinge

DOP / Cameraman: Edvine Maloba

Editor: Raphael Kamuz

A Seven Productions Documentary / Produced in association with Twaweza Communications with the kind support of the Ford Foundation

About Peace Wanted Alive

On December 27th 2007, 11 million Kenyans queued peacefully to vote for president. The results were bitterly disputed and two days later, the country was on fire. Most badly affected were Nairobi’s informal settlements. The capital city ground to a halt and it seemed as though peace had died.

But as we follow the journeys of a handful of young Nairobians and their struggles during and after the violent post-election violence conflicts in this powerful documentary containing never before seen archive footage , we will find new reason to hope and believe in Kenya.

2 comments:

24SEVEN365 said...

Thanks for the post Sukuma! - JK

Omozungu said...

When will this be available outside Kenya?

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