APRIL FOOLS JOKE
di Beppe Scione
The news of the film that Spielberg would shoot in Malindi was an April Fool's joke of Malindikenya.net, WAC, and Watamukenya.net Kenyaoggi.
All social sites and pages joined in the joke to say that Watamu is beautiful and safe ... even...
The news spreads from sources close to the Studios in Los Angeles: a major Hollywood production, which has already put his signature on important films shot in Kenya (from "The Constant Gardener" by Fernando Meirelles that Raquel Weisz earned the...
It is called Nderi Village, but it could be read "Cinecittà" or, if you prefer, "Kollywood", where the K stands for Kenya, like the Nigerian Nollywood.
The village on the outskirts of Nairobi, not far from the suburb of...
The incredible story of Robin Cavendish told in this film released in 2017, whose original title is "Breathe".
It is a Hollywood production starring the young Andrew Garfield (Spider Man, The social network) who plays the protagonist of a true...
Job Seda aka Ayub Ogada, born in Mombasa in 1956 but originally from the Lake Victoria region bordering Uganda and who passed away in...
Watamu increasingly Very Important Persons, and summer never ends.
Now the resort town of Kenya has taken the place of Malindi and many other destinations once called "exclusive."
Times have changed and today the white beaches and the crystal clear sea...
It's in preparation a hot summer and a warm autumn of shooting between small and big screen in Watamu.
A promotion that comes from the love for Kenya of director Francesco Malavenda, increasingly committed between Italy, Kenya and the Principality of Monaco, and...
di Simona Cascarano
Enrico and I made a dream come true in Kenya, in Watamu.
We have been a couple for six years, but we wanted to crown our love with an unforgettable ceremony and a great party to share with relatives and friends.
Ninety years ago, the most famous dandy in the history of British Africa died in Kenya when his plane crashed with his faithful servant Kamau. His name was Denys Finch Hatton and, made famous by...
ART AND CULTURE
How many times have we heard this word, this evocation, in a piece of music?
Hundreds are the pop songs whose title bears the name of the Black Continent, every language and nation has its own song.