We’re incredibly honored to announce that “To Catch A Dream” has been selected to screen at the Berlin Fashion Film Festival this June 5th. The film has also been nominated for the Best Original Music and Emerging Artist awards. Visit: http://bit.ly/1P5pyrx for details.
We can now announce that after numerous consultations with the Department of Film Services, the case against the NEST Collective - represented by George Gachara, the NEST Programs Director and Executive Producer of Stories Of Our Lives - for shooting the film without a license has been dropped.
This, however, does NOT alter the restriction on the exhibition, sale and distribution of Stories Of Our Lives in Kenya, placed by the Kenya Film Classification Board on 2nd October 2014 for containing “obscenity, explicit scenes of sexual activities” and “promoting homosexuality which is contrary to our national norms and values”.
Notwithstanding, we have continued to work with both state bodies on subsequent productions. Our most recent production, the fashion short “To Catch A Dream” was granted a filming license by the Department of Film Services and classified for screening (16+) by the Kenya Film Classification Board.
We are grateful to our team of lawyers for helping us navigate difficult situations, and to all the concerned friends and supporters who helped us along the way. The film continues to screen in various festivals worldwide.