Out Now!! ARTHUR documentary brings new life to Ugandan documentary story telling.

The Documentary follows the “…..story of a creative artist who uses art to uplift the lives of children living in Katanga, the largest slum in Uganda.”

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The Documentary follows the “…..story of a creative artist who uses art to uplift the lives of children living in Katanga, the largest slum in Uganda.”

Directed by Ndawula Jordan Braise, Produced by Edmond Tamale and Ndawula Jodan Braise, ARTHUR  sets itself apart from the common format of documentaries in Uganda.

Providing various angles to the story as well as innovative camera work and superb narrations. The effort for making ARTHUR was a tandem of Mufasa Pictures and EDCOM FILMZ.

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Scene from the documentary

The main subject of the documentary, Arthur Conrad Kisitu posseses a host of talents he has used through out the years to influence hundreds, perhaps thousands of people around him and among these are the children living in Katanga.

The documentary  adresses all these people with the centre of it all being the children, mostlty orphans in Katanga.

Running time: 25 minutes
Director: Ndawula Jodan Braise
Producers: Edmond Tamale, Ndawula Jodan Braise
Writers: Ndawula Jodan Braise and Tamale Edmond
Co-Producer: Kirabo Joyce

Pros
-Great picture quality (HD 1080p)
– High quality sound and narrations
– Good Lighting
– Great coverage
– Well synched subtitles

Cons
– The 25 mins of time

Author: Adam Walusimbi

Am a truth junkie

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