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Four editions on, UCC is yet to fix own festival


The Uganda Film Festival that is organized by the Uganda Communications Commission is the best the local film industry had gotten to as far as national recognition is concerned. Yet, for the people that produced the films to be consumed by a public, they felt like the festival was just …

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Bayimba announces mainstage acts


For some reason, the organizers of Bayimba International Festival of the arts usually keep their performers’ list under the table. However, unlike last year where we had to go through speculations, today we can reveal that atleast, the first batch of performers at this year’s Bayimba international Festival have been …

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Uganda Film Festival releases nomination list

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The Uganda Film Festival is coming back this month and as always most of the attention goes to the closing night which also hosts the night, than the films being showcased. This year, may go down as one of those that the film industry has tried to break the glass …

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Isaiah Katumwa set for an East African tour


Jazz maestro Isaiah Katumwa to Jazz up Nairobi as he launches his East Africa tour dubbed “This Is Me”. The tour that will cover Nairobi, Kigali and Kampala comes almost a year after the maestro celebrated ten years of Jazzing up Ugandan music lovers with a concert that he co-headlined …

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Afroman Spice’s secret show is quite a dark matter

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Linda Nabasa is quite a happy soul, yet, going by her contribution to the writing of Afroman Spice’s latest production, What’s Your Secret?, girl indeed has some haunted thoughts. After a successful run with their debut Afroman Spice show last year, yesterday, Nabasa alias Nada, Rasheedah Namulondo and Sandra Nankoma …

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Pearl Rhythms activations kickoff

Ann Nassanga alias Afrie, opened the 2016 edition of the LaBa! Art Film Festival earlier this month; her performance was punctuated with energy, wit and such a stage presence. She plays a piano, thus some of the songs she performed like Fembi and Teli Mulala were rather sobre and only …

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