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“Queen Of Katwe” a film which stars Oscar Award winner Lupita Nyong’o premiered in Uganda over the weekend.


For the fans of Game Of Thrones it is undoubtedly the best fictional TV series or even the best show on TV currently, so it may come as no surprise that the show bagged the most awards at this year’s Emmy Awards.

You will be amazed to notice some level of similarities between the present generation and that of the 60s, 70s and the 80. Call them ‘the stone ages’ but the culture of yore speaks a lot about us. One man dedicated his time in making sure that your amnesia does not affect the way of history. Armed with the most loved tool nowadays- the camera, Malick Sidibe would tell the story of the early years of African independence, African freedom in black and white.

A captivating film that revolves around the inner city happenings and youth dreams to succeed. The independent film features Erykah Badu, Michael K. Williams from The Wire and Broadwalk Empire, rapper Machine Gun Kelly and directed by Steven Caple Jr.

HBO has made it official, Game of Thrones, one of the most popular fantasy drama series will return in 2017,

Queen Of Katwe, a film based on a true story about a Ugandan chess player is set to premier in Europe on October 9 at the Odeon Leicester Square at the 60th edition of The London Film Festival.

Better Call Saul is almost here, the TV drama returns February 15, 2016.

From March 16 to 20th the Amakula International Film Festival will be the talk of town in the Uganda’s capital city Kampala.

“I saw the future… Our future, 

             … We had a future until we started destroying it”

Season two of the AMC’s TV series Better Call Saul premiered this week Monday February 15, the first episode titled “Switch”