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You are commenting using your Twitter account. Publishers named above each report are responsible for their own content, which AllAfrica does not have the legal right to edit or correct. In 10 years’ time, ambitious Nampijja believes she will have opened up an orphanage to reach out to the needy and neglected children. In the course of just one day in contemporary Uganda, three seemingly unrelated lives — a former child soldier, break-dancer and a house help — get to cross. This film will definitely hit you with its superb cinematography, acting and music. But when he finally did, last year, everyone loved it. Probably the best cinematographed Ugandan film I have ever watched, boasting of breathtaking panoramic shots of the lush rural western Uganda.

She advises the youth to consider perseverance as a great element to success and giving up as the worst option because successful people struggle a lot to get to the top and stay there. Read the original article on Observer. Else, I can lend you my copies. You are commenting using your Twitter account. October 21, at 5: Set in post-Kony war Northern Uganda, this Acholi language short film is a masterpiece.

When asked how she juggles acting and hosting her show on BBS, Nampijja says being busy delights her. The year-old actress also works with BBS television where she hosts the 5pm to 6: This brief comedy set against the height of telecommunication infiltration in Uganda chronicles a rural couple as they try to come to terms with the acquisition of mobile handsets amid suspicions of infidelity.

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It is thus hard for me to rank the best Ugandan films of all time. She could focus on overcoming any challenging thing that came her way but her heart and dreams were always about acting and singing,” Aliguma says.

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Finally, Bullion premieres this Saturday The Critic. A duplicitous and smooth-talking accountant hatches a plot to rob his workplace. October 18, at 2: But as the story unfolds, you get to realize that the characters are bound by a strong thread, weaved with violence, a troubled past, and the will to survive. Like in many Bish films, Prynce Joel Okuyo stood out as the protagonist.

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Akataka is iconic for packaging a typical Ugandan story in such a professional way. Beautiful, young, very humble and intelligent best describe Florence Nampijja on interacting with her. October 21, at 5: A shocking tale of human trafficking and sex slavery, fraught with lengthy explicit rape scenes that enhance the storyline. She later joined Crane Media Institute where she obtained a certificate in music, dance and drama in This sickening docu-film chronicles four children as they tell how they were abused by the very people that are supposed to protect them, including parents, relatives and teachers.

I like this list, but there is a masterpiece missing! The Route Jayant Maru A shocking tale of human trafficking and sex slavery, fraught with lengthy explicit rape scenes that enhance the storyline.

A television presenter and actress, who has featured in at least 20 local movies and plays, zealous Nampijja feels the journey is just starting.

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This mentality has always helped me to embrace any work that comes my way,” smiling Nampijja says. It nonetheless suffers poor performance from the lead cast. We publish news and views ranging from vigorous opponents of governments to government publications and spokespersons. February 9, at 5: It also launched ljbowa career of the now acclaimed Ugandan actor, Prynce Joel Okuyo.

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B has bagged several international awards and screened at numerous international festivals since its release in You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. To address comments or complaints, please Contact us. She has featured luboqa movies including Enyonta, Facebook, Akakwakulizo, Akadanyuma, Akakyama, and plays such Ganemeredde, Najjanani and series such Ekirungo, and many others.

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Bullion Henry Ssali This one is somewhere between the first and fifth in my favorites list. Her long-time friend Diana Nabatanzi says Nampijja is a very determined person who always goes for what she wants.

I was particularly touched by one scene in which a redeemed stepmother-from-hell tries to make peace with her estranged son — she hysterically cries and begs him to sit on her laps just so to prove he has forgiven her.

This film will definitely hit you with its superb cinematography, acting and music.

Inspired by the life of popular Ugandan radio personality and former devil-worshipper, Roger Mugisha, this film came at the height of the illuminati movement and helped to draw many Ugandans back to God. Read the original article on Observer. So controversial is this short film that even director Bish was reluctant to screen it in Uganda. Her brother Fr Paul Aliguma describes her as a good listener and hardworking lady who treasures her personality. Sente Sente Morgan Isaac Kimuli This five-minute flick is so grainy and shaky it looks like it was shot with a cheap camera phone by an amateur cinematographer.

Probably the best cinematographed Ugandan film I have ever watched, boasting of breathtaking panoramic shots of the lush rural western Uganda. A group of sobbing women gives terrifying accounts of how their drunken husbands batter them in this chilling Watoto documentary on domestic violence.