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In mid December, 2020 in Kampala, rehearsals got underway and the trailer was shot. Black Glove (a brainchild of Sebamala Arts) is setting out to be an unprecedented shot across the bow for the Ugandan film industry- a film of high fashion, of uncompromising quality seeking to make waves across the stream-scape and the festival circuit.
FILM CAN CHANGE THE UGANDAN STORY- SEBAMALA
Ugandan filmmaker and actor, Douglas Sebamala - best remembered as Simon in NTV's Second Chance - is set to produce his debut film, Black Glove... designed to change stereotyoes about Africans as wells as challenge harmful narratives about black people on the continent, WRITES Dennis Nsubuga.
THE MAKING OF BLACK GLOVE FILM: WHEN TALENT, PASSION AND RESOURCES MEET
Black Glove is directed by Angella Emurwon, a two-time BBC Radio Drama Award Winner. She has other accolades in her trophy cabinet including her debut short film winning the Mashariki African Film Festival in Rwanda. She says "We feel remaining local is the way we can be universal and have a global appeal... Our film is about us trying to challenge ourselves artistically and visually, while making a commercial product... we have the artistic, production and passionate abilities"
MOVIE BLACK GLOVE STARTS PRODUCTION IN KAMPALA
There are small droplets of blood trailing unevenly up the white tiled stairs in the fabulous Hotel Arcadia. The mind leaps to bad conclusions before remembering that this is the film set of a murder mystery after all, and one should come to expect such strange sights. The ‘who-done-it’ in question is the upcoming film Black Glove, a murder mystery of sorts that is positively drenched in Ugandan style and swag... The cast and crew rock masks on set emblazoned with ‘Sebamala Arts’ (the company behind Black Glove). READ MORE