Ngalabi Short Film Festival 2018
Goethe-Zentrum Kampala and Maisha Film Lab are happy to present to you the 2nd edition of the Ngalabi Short Film Festival!

This edition will boast rich catalogue of films from all over the African continent; with over four award-winning shorts from Kenya, Morocco, & Ethiopia; and two world premieres for Ugandan shorts: ‘Idi Amin’s Boat’ and ‘The Bad Mexican’. In addition, the festival will screen a selection of short films from both Germany and the United Kingdom, among them the Oscar nominated ‘Watu Wote’. There will be Q&A sessions with the filmmakers during the screenings, so you don’t want to miss a chance to meet and interact with Africa’s emerging generation of filmmakers.

The Ngalabi Short Film Festival will be continuing its mandate to promote short film as an art form in Sub-Saharan Africa. Through the festival we hope to showcase the wide variety of genres and styles that the medium has to offer with the hope that it will demonstrate short film’s viability as a storytelling tool in the region. read more

 

Film Festival 2017
The Euro-Uganda Film Festival has been back with its 3rd edition! From 10th to 19th May, the festival presented an exciting variety of fiction films, documentaries and animation films from 11 European countries which offered something for every taste. A selection of thrillers, comedies and art house movies showcased highlights of the European film industry of the past years, all screened with English subtitles. The growing film industry of Uganda was represented with a selection of short films from Kampala Film School and the preview of Isaac Nabwana’s newest Wakaliwood action film. For the first time, the festival took place at three different venues: Goethe-Zentrum Kampala, Kamwokya sports ground and Makerere University main sports ground. Read more

Ngalabi Short Film Festival 2017

Anja Göbel, Director of Goethe-Zentrum Kampala, giving an introductory speech at opening of the Ngalabi Short Film Festival held at Goethe -Zentrum rooftop.

“Unlike all the other art forms, film is able to seize and render the passage of time, to stop it, almost to possess it in infinity. I’d say that film is the sculpting of time.” – Andrei Tarkovsky. Read more