37 min.

Caroline Kamya – Discover The Magic of Africa #ConnectingInTheFilmIndustry Africa On Focus the Podcast

    • Maatschappij & cultuur

Let’s talk Africa. Ever wondered why Africa is so magical to African’s but seems like a “village” to western society? Should one be able to speak on matters they haven’t actually experienced? Joining MS. ABA and Donny, in this truly stimulating podcast is Caroline Kamya. Ugandan born British film director and producer. Kamya, reflects on her own experiences of how society views Africa and the true reality of Africa. Kamya is known for her passion to diminish the stigma attached to Africa’s Identity. Being a renowned featured filmmaker, channel head & poet, Kamya’s work can even be seen in the likes of BBC and Channel4. She founded her own company “Shattered Hues” which harnesses a platform for creative forefronts in the Netherlands on a diaspora level.

Tap into this exhilarating podcast that consists of life experiences, Hustle & motivation, poetry and future project developments.

Let’s talk Africa. Ever wondered why Africa is so magical to African’s but seems like a “village” to western society? Should one be able to speak on matters they haven’t actually experienced? Joining MS. ABA and Donny, in this truly stimulating podcast is Caroline Kamya. Ugandan born British film director and producer. Kamya, reflects on her own experiences of how society views Africa and the true reality of Africa. Kamya is known for her passion to diminish the stigma attached to Africa’s Identity. Being a renowned featured filmmaker, channel head & poet, Kamya’s work can even be seen in the likes of BBC and Channel4. She founded her own company “Shattered Hues” which harnesses a platform for creative forefronts in the Netherlands on a diaspora level.

Tap into this exhilarating podcast that consists of life experiences, Hustle & motivation, poetry and future project developments.

37 min.

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