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Tips on how to make your film project stand out.

August 16, 2017 6:35:15 PM EAT / by Thomas Bundi posted in film, Film & Television, film maker, film making

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CRAFTING YOUR CINEMATIC PROJECT:

As aspiring African film makers, directors and producers, it is necessary to develop and create projects that are of high artistic and commercial value. For quite some time now, the term local content has oftentimes been associated with less than world class quality projects.

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Where can i sell my film?

July 21, 2017 8:08:43 PM EAT / by Thomas Bundi posted in ADMI, film, film financing kenya, Film & Television, film distribution, content distribution

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Where can i sell my film? Well this is exactly why you should be thinking about distribution before making your next film.

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REELING IN ON FILM FINANCING IN KENYA

January 31, 2017 12:57:34 PM EAT / by wilfred Kiumi posted in Blog, film financing kenya, Film Studios Kenya, Film & Television, Filming Sponsorships

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When the news that Kati Kati, a film by Kenyan creative genius, Mbithi Masya had won the FIPRESCI award (International Federation of Film Critics Award), there was jubilation among lovers of Kenyan film locally and internationally. As insiders in the film industry in Kenya often say, there is no shortage of talent or ideas in Kenya but making a film in Kenya is no easy task. There are a myriad of challenges experienced by Kenyan film makers namely: lack of financing, lack of government support, weak local distribution networks among others.

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Focus on practical technical training in the creative industry

August 30, 2016 9:29:47 AM EAT / by Caroline Muigai posted in 3D Modeling, ADMI, Animation, audiovisual, Communication, course, Design, Film & Television, practical training, creative industry

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The date was Monday the 23rd June 2014. Wilfred Kiumi, principal and founder of Jamhuri Film and Television Academy (and subsequently ADMI), was on a plane to Heathrow International for a conference he had been informed about only two weeks before. Despite his nerve-racking situation and the prospect of having to speak before numerous ministers and professors he was excited. He tells me “I knew when they contacted me that we (ADMI) were onto something.”

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