Lola Kenya Screen hosts two cutting-edge mentorship programs for children and youth

The Nairobi-based Lola Kenya Screen — audiovisual media festival, skill-development mentorship program, market for children and youth in eastern Africa — marks five years of service to children and youth in November 2010 with two cutting-edge, skill-development mentorship programs in Documentary Filmmaking, and Critical Writing. Deadline to apply October 30!Read This Story

Nigeria, Malawi win top prizes at Lola Kenya Screen 2010

The fifth edition of the annual Lola Kenya Screen — audiovisual media festival, production workshop, and market for children and youth in Eastern Africa — ended in Nairobi, Kenya on August 14, 2010, with top prizes going to Nigeria and Malawi. This marked a change from previous editions, when laurels had gone to films from the Northern Hemisphere.Read This Story

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Lola Kenya Screen 2010 Call for Film Entries

The deadline for filmmakers for the next Lola Kenya Screen Film Festival is 2010 April 15. The festival — which will take place in Nairobi, Kenya, in August 2010 — accepts films that focus on children ages 13 and under, youth (14-25), or family (25+). Filmmakers may be children, youth, amateurs, students, or professionals. There is no charge to enter a film into the festival.Read This Story

Lola Kenya Screen announces films for festival 2009 August 10-15

BY OGOVA ONDEGO. NAIROBI, KENYA (CINEMA MINIMA) — On June 16 — the Day of the African Child — the Lola Kenya Screen announced the lineup for its fourth annual showcase of films for children and youth. The film festival — billed as an audiovisual media initiative for children and youth — will run 2009 … Read This Story

Lola Kenya Children’s Screen 2009 Confirms Festival Dates

The 4th edition of the annual Lola Kenya Screen audiovisual media festival for children and youth in eastern Africa will be held at Goethe-Institut in Nairobi, Kenya 2009 August 10-15. Lola Kenya Screen shall exhibit films from 50 countries. It will train children and youth in the production, appreciation, promotion, distribution, and consumption of high-quality audiovisual media content. The 3rd Kids For Kids Africa Festival Competition shall also be held in the framework of Lola Kenya Screen. A special programme of the Best of Kids For Kids Films 2008 will be on the cards, courtesy of CIFEJ.Read This Story