In a recent interview with Samantha Burton for Bitch, Kenyan writer-director Wanuri Kahiu recalled a lovely endorsement she received from a film festival attendant in Zanzibar. Speaking of her 2009 short Pumzi, he said: “If you ask everybody here, ‘What exactly happened in that film?’ they wouldn’t be able to tell you. But if you ask everybody here, ‘What was that film about ?’ they would be able to tell you.
Pumzi is a 20 minute science fiction film by Kenyan director Wanuri Kahiu which had its US premier at the Sundance Film Festival this week. The movie takes place 35 years after World War III, the "Water War": Nature is extinct. The ... Read Post
One of the standout science fiction films at this year's Sundance Festival is Wanuri Kahiu's short Pumzi, set in Kenya of the future, after water wars have decimated humanity. With its African futurist look, this could be another Di... Read Post