Bayimba Foundation who are among several other events the presenters of Amakula International Film Festival, hereby announce the postponement to 2021 of the 13th edition of the festival which was slated to take place on Lunkulu Island, Buikwe/Mukono district from the 19th to 21st of March 2020.

By Allen Kisakye Despite presenting the best experience in the Drive-in-cinema, people could stop feeling concerned about how this event lost its meaning. During a closed interview with some of the film lovers (names withheld) who attended this film festival, they disclosed that the Drive-in-cinema was a great experience but meaningless. “Most of the people [...]

By Shadrine Taremwa In Uganda, a number of film festivals have emerged where over 1,000+ films from around the world every year have been screened as they seek to bring together filmmakers and fans, connect critical work to new audiences and even boost local economies. Film festivals are a vital piece of the film world, [...]

By Shadrine Taremwa Amakula Film International Festival was blessed with top panelists Musinguzi Godfrey – Actor, Founder Of Uganda Cinema Night, Nathan Magoola – Movie Producer and Advertising creative, Nana Kagga – Script Writer, Movie Producer, Kabubi Herman – Curator, Arts Consultant and Director Programmes at Bayimba Foundation who provided their expertise on the role of [...]

By Shadrine Taremwa Veronica’s Wish is a Ugandan award winning English language drama film starring Nisha Kalema as Veronica, Housen Mushema as Michael, Malaika Nnyanzi as Bankia  and Symon Base Kalema as Frank premiered in Uganda on 17 November 2018. Veronica’s Wish evolves around Michael and Veronica, a couple in love and engaged to about [...]

By Allen Kisakye As their signature norm at Amakula international festival, the Drive-in-cinema of the 12th edition definitely left a memorable impact in the hearts of many film lovers. The film on screen was Veronica’s Wish, one of the best Ugandan film production, crafted by amazing talents like Nisha Kalema, Rehema Nanfuka, Malaika Nyanzi among [...]

The Amakula Film Festival started off in high gear yesterday at the Uganda museum and those in attendance during day got a chance to watch some documentaries and feature films.   After registration, attendees entered the exhibition hall for the first documentary directed by Abul Ajak titled Play For Peace that ran for 37 minutes. [...]

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