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Completed films

Saturday, 25 February 2012 12:59 Published in Productions
1. Unreal Forest, 2010 - 70 min   
Production Companies: Extra Virgin Ltd (Thailand) and Vilole Images Productions (Zambia).
Producers: Pampika Towira and Musola Cathrine Kaseketi
Director: Jakrawal Nilthamrong and Juan Watson Mututa.
Screenwriters: Jakrawal Nilthamrong and Juan Watson Mututa.
Distributor NL: International Film Festival Rotterdam

2. Suwi (Faith), 2009 78 min  
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions (Zambia) and Soundsgood (Finland).
Producers: Musola Cathrine Kaseketi and Paivi Takala
Director: Musola Cathrine Kaseketi
Screenwriters: Musola Cathrine Kaseketi
Distributor Zambia: Vilole Images Productions –Looking for other distributors

3. Hope Eternal, 2007/2008 2010 - 90 min  
Production Companies: Bloom Street Productions (Welsh) and Vilole Images Productions (Zambia).
Producers: Derith Rhisiart and Musola Cathrine Kaseketi
Director: Karl Francis.
Screenwriters: Karl Francis.
Distributor NL: Bloom Street Productions (Welsh)

4. Harvest of my Sweat, 2004 - 26min  
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions (Zambia) for Kepa-Zambia.
Producers: Sharon Sichilongo
Director: Musola Cathrine Kaseketi
Script: Musola Cathrine Kaseketi
Distributor: Kepa-Zambia

5. Mapalo (Blessings), 2002 - 26min  
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions (Zambia) for FAMR-Finland.
Producers: Tarya  
Director: Musola Cathrine Kaseketi
Script: Musola Cathrine Kaseketi
Distributor: FAMR-Finland



Projects on Development

Friday, 20 April 2012 19:47 Published in Development
Feature films

1. Kamukola (Trapped),
Formerly known as Black Desire - 90 mins
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions and Flare Media.

Kamukola is a story about a young African woman who escapes a pre-arranged marriage disguising herself as a man and whilst on the run is accused of impregnating the chief’s second and favourite wife.

2. Herdgirl - 130 min
Production Companies: Nabuzoka Picture and Vilole Images Productions.
This is a story of a dyslexic eight-year old girl who juggles between school, caring for her HIV positive paralytic father and herding cattle to earn income for the family, however, after her father’s death it is discovered that he owned cattle that would sustain the girl.

3. Smoke that Thunders - 130 min
Production Companies: Save Our Nature and Vilole Images Productions.

This is a tourism film about seen through a 12 year old boy, David who desires to see the Victoria Fall. While his mother takes us on a trip in women empowerment with the focus on ‘Cotton Made in Africa’ David, however, before getting to the Victoria Falls, in search of his father in Lusaka, takes through on journey into street life.

Drama series

1. Shing’anga (The Doctor) - 26min per series
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions and Divas Productions.

Shing’anga is an intriguing drama series set in a small rural health centre (clinic), and the surrounding village. Through a Medical Doctor, transferred from a big hospital in the city to a rural health centre audience undertakes a Journey of discovery of various illnesses that surround HIV/AIDS and different patients of all ages with all sorts of illnesses. This is an optimistic storyline about traditional beliefs on HIV/AIDS and various diseases; breaking the silence, search for acceptance, determination and forbidden Love.

2. Hope 26min per series
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions.

Hope is a series of short films depicting various situations of persons with different disabilities and hindrances to accessibility in diverse aspects. The edutainment drama series embraces cultural, humour, love, challenges, HIV and AIDS and traditional beliefs.

Documentaries

1. The Sakala Brothers - 56 Min
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions and the Sakala Brothers Arts Centre.

The Sakala Brothers is a documentary film profiling the life of two very close indigenous and famous Zambian musicians, Moses and Levy Sakala.

2. Love letter to my Mother - 90 Min
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions

Letter to my Mother,” is a documentary film profiling Musola Cathrine. Kaseketi’s life.

3. Super Ken - 56 Min
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions

Super Ken, is a Documentary on the first President of Zambia Dr. Kenneth Kaunda. The historic documentary film touches the elements that led KK to declare free education and what led him to get so involved in other African countries’ fight for freedom during the liberation struggle.

Short Films

1. Lwito (Light) - 26min
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions.

Lwito is story about a young blind 12year old girl leaving with her 8year young brother, Joe, struggle through begging to raise money that would pay for her brother’s education and their daily up keep. While Lwito sings the sweet melody, Joe plays the home made guitar before he goes to school. NTAZANA, a new schoolteacher and musician is touched by the talent and intelligence of the kids and tries to fight for Lwito to be enrolled in school using the concept of inclusive education, but all in vain. However, through the power of music Lwito is awarded a scholarship into a normal school

2. Melody of Love - 26min
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions.

An intriguing story of a young musician who, determined to get the woman he loves so much, follows her to her village where young men plot to kill him with spears, however, when moonlights comes and he begins to play his guitar all the villagers including his rivals dance to his song “Melody of Love.”  (Based on a true story)

In Post - Production

Friday, 20 April 2012 20:14 Published in Post Productions
Documentaries

1. Inspired by their deeds’ - 26min per series
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions for Opportunity Zambia (OZ).

Inspired by their deeds’ is a series of short documentary films profiling various activities of Opportunity Zambia’s partner’s organizations for/of persons with different disabilities. The 13 series highlights the challenges, successes of the organization and the impact OZ has contributed through its support.

2. Broken Hill Man
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions.

This is an historic documentary film the Broken Hill Skull that was discovered in Kabwe in 1921 at the first lead mining site. It was the first early human fossil to be found in Africa and was taken to the United Kingdom for carbon dating. While the Zambian museum has a replica of the Skull, the original Skull is today housed in the British Museum in Central London. The documentary takes us to the site where the Skull was found and highlights comments of Zambian people who strongly feel the original Skull should return home where it was found.

3. Help Mend a Heart - 26 Min
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions and Zoar Media for Cardiac Trust of Zambia.

This is a documentary film an amazing story on kids who suffer from heart problems and the challenges they go through to survive and yet they live normal lives.

4. The Forgotten youths of Zambia - 56 Min
Production Companies: Vilole Images Productions for Christian Blind Mission

This is a documentary film about Inclusive Education and Development. The documentary profiles for youth with disabilities who have brilliant visions and dreams like any other teen age. However, their future is dim due to challenges in inclusive education and development.

Annual Events

Friday, 10 February 2012 00:00 Published in Our Events
Vilole Images Productions’ annual events include:-
  1. Shungu Namutitima International Film Festival of Zambia (SHUNAFFoZ) scheduled in August
  2. Peace Day on 21st September.
  3. Capacity Building workshops (Various training workshop in film, advocacy and women rights  run throughout the year)
  4. Advocacy through Community screenings (Screening of creative movies with themes that educate, make aware, inform, motivate etc )
  5. Participates actively in national annual events like International Women’s Day and International Day of the Disabled among others.
Shungu Namutitima International Film Festival of Zambia (SHUNAFFoZ)

A project of Vilole Images Productions, SHUNAFFoZ was founded to pursue a focused vision of contributing to the development of the Zambian film industry and on the premise of contributing towards empowering individuals to the growth and visibility of the local film industry with the main focus on celebrating the abilities of/for women and persons wth disabilities through the art of film.

Based in Livingstone, the SHUNAFFoZ is be a unique and special festival that will continue to embraces Gender, HIV and AIDS, Disability, vulnerably kids/youths and Environment among other. Each year the festival will have a special theme, screen and award deserving films.

AIM

The main aim of the programme is to integrate women and women with disabilities, young and aspirant filmmakers and showcase products with themes that educate, inspire, sensitize, advocate, entertain and hopefully bring hope to the helpless. Through this platform, it’s our hope that all persons in the industry from different parts of the country and the world would come together to screen movies, networking, sharing and exchanging information, sell and buy products that celebrate the theme of each year. Then enjoy the beautiful tourist sites that include the Victoria Falls, wild animals in the game parks and many more.

OBJECTIVES

SHUNAFFoZ’s key objectives include facilitation of
  1. Capacity building programmes, meetings, forums and debates.
  2. Community screenings
  3. Challenge artists to make products of quality and international standard with themes that contribute towards social change, improve lives.
  4. Promotion of the development and trade in the Zambian film and television products
  5. Promotion of culture exchange and showcases artists to expose the Zambian and African artistic talent.
  6. Create an inclusion platform for local and international networking and marketing and distribution
  7. Challenge government and private sector to participate actively in the development of local film industry
  8. Promote links between filmmakers, government, broadcasters and private sector
  9. Integrating women and persons with disabilities in celebrating the abilities of/for women through the art of film
  10. Celebrate the works of creative up-coming and professional artists
  11. Award and honour deserving artistic products.
  12. Grow the Zambian audience in appreciation, recognition and knowledge for films from Africa and from around the world
  13. And exhibit the Zambian tourist sites.
SCREENINGS

The main Screening venue and film village has always at Capitol Theatre right at the centre of town in Livingstone. Besides screening at Capitol Theatre, taking movies to the community is a very vital a component of the festival. Not everyone can manage to go to the theatre, thus we follow the audience to the markets, villages, compounds and learning institutions to reach young people.

AWARDS

Being organized in honour of Filmmakers who have contributed in using film as a tool to address Human Rights issues for/of women and persons with disabilities, the event will with effect from 2013 reward those who have embraced each year’s theme and have been outstanding in the roles performed in films during the last 10 year.

•    In 2013 the festival will be held from 23rd -31st August 2013
•    The award category has been adjusted to the following

Award Categories from 2013 will include:
  1. Best Picture,
  2. Best Zambian Feature Film,
  3. Best Short Film,
  4. Best Documentary,
  5. Best Actress,
  6. Best upcoming Actress,
  7. Best Actor,
  8. Best upcoming Actor.
  9. Best Cinematography,
  10. Best Director,
  11. Best Disability theme
  12. Best Audience.
  13. Chairman Awards.
  14. The highest Awards will be the Best Disability Awards.
  15. The festival will also appreciate contributions towards African Cinema, towards women with disabilities and women in general issues

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

The other component of the festival is composed of various conferences, master classes and workshops. These events will run parallel with screenings. With such events, VIP wishes to empower women and persons with disabilities to equip them with basic skills in video production and encourage them to use the audio-visual as a tool to speak out.

KIDS FUN DAY


In promotion of the Cardiac Trust of Zambia, the festival sets a special day for kids and their families during the festival. Kids are the future leaders of ever nation, thus when as a festival we say ‘inclusion’ we mean inclusion of special activities that include kids as well. This is a special day for families to get together and spend time with their beloved-ones. Various activities that include kids competition, face painting, jumping castle, kid’s movies, arts and video workshop for kids and many more creative games are designed to kids and their guardians/parents.

GUESTS

The festivals brings to the city international and national filmmakers and lovers from everywhere around the world. It is also the festival’s intention to host celebrates and personalities.

TOURIST EVENTS

Alongside the festival activities, people take an opportunity to visit beautiful Zambia’s nature sites and animals that include sightseeing, bout cruises, walk with the lion, drive on Elephants, play with the cheetah, visit the Victoria Falls, culture groups, Mukuni village and the museum among others.

It’s a full packaged festival designed to entertain every visitor to the city during the 9 days of the festival.

SHUNAFFOZ 2016 Entry Form

SHUNAFFOZ 2016 Entry Form

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