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Dilman’s Felista dominates film awards

Dilman Dila’s Felista’s fable was the biggest winner at the second annual Uganda Film Festival awards gala with four awards in the Best screenplay, Feature Film, Best actor (Isaac Kadzu) and the overall Film of the year.The event that took place at Serena gardens on Friday got the cream of …

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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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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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Kampala Snake Park: not for the faint hearted

Kajjansi for long has been known for their specialization in clay works. The town harbors the Lweza, Africana and Uganda Clays Limited; these are three of the biggest clay workshops in Uganda. And, just to emphasize that they own the art, they have those half brinks named after the town; …

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Wandegeya: A street in a food

In kampala,  uganda’s dusty capital, is Wandegeya, a city town and a beehive of activity. The town never sleeps that it was dubbed the New York of Kampala, Its less than five minutes from the city centre. But that’s not all, Wandegs as it’s usually referred tois so famous among …

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Meet Anne Kansiime …………The musician

Fame, success and change move hand in hand. When one succeeds at what they best, their qualities, speech and status is amplified even when they are still the same person. You could as well use those two to describe the city and country’s number one female comedian, Anne Kansiime. Fame …

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Douglas Lwanga: the katogo chef

When you first meet Douglas, he comes off as a young adult doing a TV job and to him; it’s not a big deal.Little does this young adult know that for a typical Ugandan teenager looking up to Bobi Wine, Chameleon or Navio, the name Douglas screams larger than life …

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Lyrical G’s Grown man perspective

For a teenager that spends his afternoons listening to rap on Hot 100, Radio city, X fm and the like, the name lyrical G might not easily click. What this kid doesn’t know is that, before Navio went solo, Keko learnt how to do it or Big trill pushed harder, …

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