in competition for “Best Documentary”

  • Date: Thursday – 15th March 2018
  • Time: 2:45 pm
  • Venue: Film Studio – Kampala Film School


This film looks at the life of Arthur Conrad Kisitu, a humanitarian surrounded by an artistic world.


This film is about the life of Arthur, he is one of the few unique people in Uganda who’s surrounded with a world of curiosity. Kisitu is lives in Kampala, he’s a painter and a dancer. He uses his creative mind to create his own style of art, he makes lights out of glass bottles that are thrown as trash. He also decorates the bottles with different designs to create mood. What others see as trash, its gold to him. Adding on his artistic mind Kisitu gives back to the community through managing an orphanage, helping different children in slums of Katanga. He created his own company. Arthur is also good at dancing and photography. Through my time of research I’m looking more into Arthur’s life clearly to make a documentary with an appealing narrative for the audience to see and get inspired by his world.

  • Director: Ndawula Jodan Braise
  • Subtitles: English
  • Country: Uganda
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The Amakula International Film Festival is presented by
Bayimba Cultural Foundation in partnership with The DOEN Foundation, Africalia, Kampala Film School and the Uganda Museum.