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Imbabazi tells the genocide story like no other

Prynce Joel Okuyo (Manzi) in one of the scenes from the movie The week-long Euro–African Film festival closed last week at Theatre La Bonita to hundreds of contented sighs. The festival had exhibited the best in European and African cinema with movies such as In a Better World, Limbo, Searching …

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Kwivuga ensures the future of poetry industry

Funny girl Ann Kansiime tries out singing Kwivuga made its way to the social scene in 2012 and ever since, the poetry and comedy event has made Gato Mato, along Bandali Rise in Bugolobi the place to be every last Thursday of the month. February 27th, was that day, the …

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Africans may eat big at the Oscars this weekend

The Oscars hosted by comedian Ellen Degeneres will air tomorrow and as you may know, predictions are already going on, as you may know, this year for the first time ever, three African actors are in the run for three converted accolades.They are not facing each other in any, which …

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Mathew Nabwiso cleared on sex tape allegation

Mathew Nabwiso Newly wed actor Mathew Nabwiso and fellow Hostel co-star Tiba Barungi have been on the noose after a scene from Felista’s Fable was uploaded and mistaken for a sex tape on Youtube. Dilman Dila, the movie director comes to his resque in a post.A Statement On the Sex-Tape …

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Ugandan men don’t propose

“He did it! It was so romantic. We were at this classy restaurant, when the room went silent and then soft music propelled him to one knee and he popped the question.” This is a typical line from a film script that Hollywood has perpetuated for a long time, to …

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Review: Bebe Cool’s Nyonyi Nkezze is a plus

Nyonyi Nkezze means one who came earlier than the rest, in a simple man’s English, it translates to the early bird. Bebe Cool’s new song with the above title took over the airwaves at the beginning of the year and in part of the lyrics, he talks about coming before …

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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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