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Pan African Legal Film ‘Kafa Coh’ To Premiere On October 8, To show For 7 Days

Kafah Coh a Pan African legal drama will premiere at Acacia Mall’s Century Cinemax on October 8. The film which features a star-studded cast is a legal action thriller that the makers promise will ‘leave many on the edge of their seats’.

Kafah Coh a Pan African legal drama will premiere at Acacia Mall’s Century Cinemax on October 8. The film which features a star-studded cast is a legal action thriller that the makers promise will ‘leave many on the edge of their seats’.

The film which is about a young naïve lawyer called Sandra who finds herself caught up in a legal fight that is not only threatening her career, but life and those he scares about. It is centered on themes of deceit and corruption which are common vices in today’s African sociopolitical scene.

The film which a few journalists last week got to watch a sneak peak of what to expect is produced by award-winning actress, writer and producer Doreen Mirembe. It is a labour of love that brings an African story to the screen as told by a great African team.

Kafa Coh (which means too much injustice) gets its title from Sierra Leone and the film was co-directed by renowned Kenyan actor and producer Gilbert Lukalia with British-Nigerian writer and actor Kalu Ikeagwe taking up one of the main roles.

Mirembe says she was inspired by true events and the film is basically the African story based on everyday events. “These things happen almost every day and it doesn’t matter where you come from, you are most likely going to encounter them in any part of the continent”. She told journalist at press conference and exclusive unveiling in Century Cinemax, Arena Mall Nsambya.

Mirembe (L) poses for photos with some of the film stars

Mirembe who is passionate about African stories, wants to tell stories that celebrate the achievements of the continent as well as look at the existing challenges. This is why she the opportunity to produce Kafa Coh, a story that seeks to remind Africans about service over anything else.

As earlier stated, the team comprises a dynamic and decorated cast which includes the likes of Michael Wawuyo Sr. Mariam Ndagire Abbey Mukiibi Nkaaga, Rehema Namfuka and Doreen Mirembe herself.

Part of the star-studded cast answering questions dung the press conference last week.

The film will be screening at Century Cinemax starting on October 8 and for the first time by a Ugandan film in Uganda, it will be showing for seven days in a row to create a culture for Ugandan film lovers to watch local films at the cinema on any day of the week they choose. This, they hope will inspire more seven-day screenings.

The comfy seats at Century Cinemax at Arena Mall Nsambya where journalists got a chance to watch the trailer of the film.

 

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