Short Films

How to eat salad every day to lose weight

Progressively maintain extensive infomediaries via extensible niches. Dramatically disseminate metrics after resource-leveling processes.

Classic home desserts – quick and easy

Taking seamless key performance indicators offline to maximise the long tail. Keeping your eye on the ball while performing a deep dive.

Bread snacks recipes

Objectively pursue diverse catalysts for change for interoperable meta-services. Proactively fabricate materials via effective e-business.

12 Things You Need to Know Before Going Vegan

Holistically foster superior methodologies without market-driven best practices. Distinctively exploit optimal alignments for intuitive bandwidth.
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Guide to the World’s Best Pizza

High-payoff content without backward-compatible data synergize scalable e-commerce rather than high standards.
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50 simple salads recipes for you

Dramatically mesh low-risk high-yield alignments before transparent e-tailers. Appropriately empower leadership skills after business portals.
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March 2, 2017 Shane Murphy

Kids favourite desserts – pancakes!

Dramatically mesh low-risk high-yield alignments before transparent e-tailers. Appropriately empower leadership skills after business portals.
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March 1, 2017 Stoffel Jansen

7 times chocolate chip cookie dough

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Julian CleophasDecember 22, 20153min70

Zoom-In, Machakos Film Festival, Africa's 1st film blog, Dr Alfred Mutua

The Machakos Entertainment Centre for Film, Media, Music and Arts (MACHAWOOD), celebrated the success of Kenya’s first short film festival, the Machakos Film Festival that took place on the 12 December 2015. The entertainment centre started by Dr Alfred Mutua, Governor of Machakos County, was established to harness and create world class entertainment from Kenya.  After submissions, the top ten films were shortlisted for screening at the Machakos People’s Park, where the best four films were selected. All the films selected were published into DVD and circulated by Machawood, along with the top films being aired on local TV stations. The winner of the first Kenyan short film festival was “Indulge Me” by Ian Kithinji, taking home 1 million Kenyan shillings. Watch all the selected Machakos Film Festival films below.

Indulge Me by Ian Kithinji (Winner)


Mwikali by Mwangi Anthony (1st runner up)


My Ndia Nduku by Aleks Kamau (2nd runner up)


Get Some Money by Koi Ngunjirin (3rd runner up)


Beyond by Sahil Dhirajlal Gada


Poison Lily by Charles Kuria


Best Man by Michael M. Njeri


A Summer’s Tale by Brian K Whitney


Home by Mark Maina


Kanini The Oracle of Masaku by Ronald Mwarogo


Thiru NOctober 1, 20153min20

This just in… Huffington Post recently called Faith47, whose work often has a very spiritual and supernal feel, “better than Banksy”. No offence to the journos at Huffington Post or Faith47 but I don’t think they understand art – Banksy is Banksy there’ll be no other Banksy he’s a pioneer like no other, non the less this bold statement may help attract even more attention to her upcoming solo show in New York in November at Jonathan Levine.

Now back to film… South African artist Faith47 and director Dane Dodds have released Landfill Meditation, a collaborative video inspired by Faiths street paste series of broken down cars.

Landfill Meditation doesn’t chronicle the creation of the murals but rather contextualises them, linking Faith47’s abandoned cars to other objects and spaces once loved and desired, then later discarded.

“This project is reflecting on the notion of progress and the waste that it leaves behind,” says Faith47. “This is about integrating the worst parts of ourselves and acknowledging the damage we do to the planet as a whole.”

Landfill Meditation makes for uncomfortable viewing: rather than the usual postcard view of Cape Town or Johannesburg, Dane’s camera lingers on unsettling imagery of rats and rubbish, decomposing birds and derelict, hijacked buildings.

“We cannot separate ourselves clean and perfect from the trash we dump out back,” says the video’s voiceover, adapted from Native American author Gerald Vizenor’s short story collection, Landfill Meditation. “Being clean is a delusion.”