The film festival comprises a production workshop, film exhibition, and an audiovisual media platform for marketing, promoting, and distributing films.
Founded in October, Lola Kenya Screen works to equip children and youth with the skills to understand, appreciate, and create quality audiovisual productions in particular and arts in general.
The Lola Kenya Screen film festival is inviting interested participants to submit quality films to the fifth edition of the annual event that will take place in August.
Experimental films, television series, video games, and even creatively packaged music videos tackling issues related to children, youth, and family and that provide strong role models to children and youth while speaking positively to children of diverse backgrounds are accepted.
Selected films are showcased under various categories with those starring children between ages of 6-13 competing for the prestigious Lola Kenya Screen Golden Mboni award for the best children’s film and those featuring children above 14 years competing for the Lola Kenya Screen 14-Plus Prize for the best youth film.
Lola Kenya Screen accepts films made by children, youth, amateurs, students, and professionals that focus on children, youth, and family.
All entries submitted must be suitable for children ages 13 and under, youth aged 14-25 years, or family (25+).
For more awards information and application, see: Lola Kenya Screen Film Awards Website
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