Black Glove is a noir murder mystery fashion film, written by Douglas Dubois, Directed by Angella Emurwon. Set in quintessential metropolitan Kampala, in the waterfall escarpments Mt. Elgon, Mbale and the magnificent crater regions of Lake Bunyonyi, in Uganda, the film is a statement and tribute to Uganda as The Pearl of Africa. It is our love letter to all Black people on the continent, as we use film to recreate the narrative about Africa, and challenge the single story perspective that depicts Africa as a land of war, hunger and disease.Co-Produced by Sebamala Arts and SOLOFX
Something bad has happened at a Kampala hotel. A detective is called in to investigate. Everyone is telling their story; but can anyone be trusted? KEYCARD (2021) is an engaging puzzle that begs you to watch it again.Synopsis: Something bad has happened at a Kampala hotel. A detective is called in to investigate. Everyone is telling their story; but can anyone be trusted?
KEYCARD is an engaging puzzle that begs you to watch it again.
A poignant dramatic tale of blood and sacrifice, as two young female artists brave the challenges to breakthrough Uganda's competitive entertainment industry.
Struggling to breakthrough a fickle industry, budding vocalist, Birungi, is thrown into a den of manipulative artist managers without her greatest confidant Jajja Naka (Sara Kisauzi). Facing one ruthless rival, Nana (Harmony K) the two female artists are torn apart by competition amid strained industry standards of sexualisation of women and patriarchy. The cast includes other leading East African (Ugandan) actors such as Mushema Housen, Laura Kahunde and Elizabeth Bwamimpeke. Pilot coming soon.
ANTHOLOGY OF FILMS FOR EQUALITY
A multi-year production of films to be developed and produced between 2021 to 2025. The anthology production will create up to 500 jobs for filmmakers in East Africa and across the African diaspora.
Title Film: BLACK GLOVE 2022
NAMUSOKE (2023) revolves around exploitation and violence against women and girls, focusing our lens to address gender based violence, and offer coping skills for trauma and abuse for survivors.
TRIVIAL (2024) centers on gender equality, sexuality, gender parities and body-identity politics, as a vessel to address stigma and discrimination around mental health and HIV/AIDS.