Yagazie Emezi

DEDICATED TO THE CULTURAL PRESERVATION OF THE AFRICAN AESTHETIC.

Cultural Anthropologist & Africanist
Artist

None of the images posted here belong to me unless stated otherwise.

Imani by Caroline Kamya tells the story of three people; a child soldier returning to the parents who could not protect him, a woman fighting to get her wrongly accused sister out of jail, and a youth dance troop leader struggling to simply get through a hometown performance. In it’s beautiful Ugandan setting with a rich soundtrack, we are given an intimate viewing session into the lives of the characters. 

“The inspiration for the film was for me to show multiple worlds in the same space and I wanted to make a film that ordinary Africans can connect with on a day to day level”

Watch the trailer HERE

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