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Slum Film Festival is the first ever film platform-featuring stories from slums, about slum realities and made by filmmakers from the slums in Africa – and beyond.
The festival’s primary beneficiary is the filmmaker who is telling the stories from and about the slums. SFF aims to provide a platform to these artists to showcase their work and to grow the audience of their work.
Slum Film Festival is the first ever film platform-‐featuring stories from slums, about slum realities and made by filmmakers from the slums in Africa–and beyond. It is a celebration of the creativity of filmmakers living and working in slums.
Discover, inspire and equip young independent film and theatre artists from the Slums around Nairobi with practical skills to develop and sell their concepts, as well as, use film as a key tool for promoting social change within their communities.
The Slum Film Festival is a joint project hosted by Slum-TV and The Hot Sun Foundation, and supported by World Friends, the Royal African Society, and the Embassy of Spain (Kenya), and the Alliance Française.