Wanuri Kahiu works as an independent filmmaker and currently has two films in various stages of post-production. RAFIKI, a tender coming of age story and GER, a feature length documentary about Ger Duany, who goes to Sudan in search of family and finds a new country.
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RAFIKI is a story about Kena and Ziki who live in a housing estate in Nairobi. The girls are unlikely friends and their fathers are rivaling politicians. When they become friends and the community find out, the girls are forced to choose between their ideals and safety.
The film is in post production and we are looking for completion funds.
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GER is a biographical documentary about Ger Duany, a Sudanese/ American living in New York who returns to South Sudan after 18 years of separation to search for his family. Over five years we follow Ger’s journey, as he celebrates the independence of the new South Sudan, is devastated as the country falls back into war and the frustration as he resettles his family into Kakuma Refugee Camp. It is the story of strength, resilience and family yet full of love, tenderness and hope.
The film is looking for post production funds.
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