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With 3D and 5D, whats left for pirates

My real first time into the Cinema was when my older brother took me with him for a Holiday Makers’ Transday bash. Since I was underage, he paid the patrons at Cineplex that I could watch the two movies showing; Armageddon and Rush Hour (yes, you don’t just forget your …

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The Ugandan – worth the hype

This was one of the most talked about movies last year, premiered at a sold out event at National theatre yet for some reason, many Ugandans have not watched it. According to one of the actresses, the producers are still protecting the original product from pirates and thus, it may …

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Festival to celebrate Womanhood

The womanhood festival that celebrates achievements and women emancipation is back. The festival, which kicks off on Tuesday, will run for five days at the National Theatre in Kampala. For the third year running, the festival will run during the Women’s Day week and this year’s festival comes as the …

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Bebe turns to the disabled as gay bill is signed

Bebe Cool has been making news; he’s one of uganda’s representatives at the debut season of Tusker Twende Kazi, and as am writting this, the hommie may be running up and down in the quest of delivering a bottle of Tusker.But that doesn’t actually mean that Bebe is totally out.A …

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Ugandans take on the world as Anti gay law is passed

President Museveni today signed the controversial, anti-gay bill and even before the news could spread the topic was breaking records on all social medias like Twitter, FaceBook and different websites.on the record only ten minutes after the president declared gay behavior criminal, one feminine activist; Kasha Jacqueline posted a picture …

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First ever Euro – African film festival is on

The first ever Euro – African was launched at Theatre Labonita last Wednesday. Organized by European countries under the flagship of the European Union, stake holders kicked off with a promise of strengthening culture between Uganda and the EU states. By 5pm, different film lovers had already thronged the theatre …

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Nile Project electrifies Kampala

The Nile Project The Nile project made an interesting debut on the Ugandan World Music live scene. The collective of artistes from different countries of the River Nile basin were performing on the second show of their premiere African musical tour that had kicked off two days earlier in Jinja. …

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Give HiPipo awards a break!!!!

So, HiPipo held their second award ceremony last week! It was a success, though left many disgruntled; how could one Bebe Cool win six awards, is he part of the organizing committee or? How did he even win the artiste of the year accolade over Radio and Weasel, Was Rema’s …

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Kadaga beeps Iranian Film Festival

The film season of 2014 is officially on. With Pearl Film Festival calling for entries, we’re indeed in for a screen rollercoaster this year. On Friday, two of film festivals kicked off, the Japanese Film festival at Cineplex Cinema and the much publicized second Iranian Film Festival at National Theatre. …

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Dilman Dila’s Felista finally arrives

“If you have to tell a story, tell it from the heart,” these are the first words that hit your face whenever a Dilman Dila movie is starting and if I have to judge by the ones I’ve seen so far, he indeed tells his stories from a place deeper …

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