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Events, Film Screening
Design Hub is welcoming famous wildlife activist Ofir Drori for a Q&A and screening of the movie The Ivory Game.


Ofir Drori is an Israeli writer and activist based in Central Africa. He started as an activist against wildlife trafficking, and expanded to anti-corruption, democracy and human rights activism throughout Africa.

Watch his tedXtalk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ODViQakthY

About the movie: Ivory is a prized status symbol for middle-class Chinese, and poachers in pursuit of white gold are slaughtering African elephants in record numbers. Filmmakers went under cover for 16 months, infiltrating and documenting the deep-rooted corruption at the heart of the global ivory trafficking crisis.

Events, Film Screening

We are happy to present to you ‘the Belgian movie night’ as part of the 2018 Euro Uganda Film Festival, which is taking place from the 10th to the 21st of June in Kampala.

The Belgian movie night is on the 11th of June at Design Hub Bugolobi.

This year we are showcasing the Belgian movie: “The 5th Season“.

You surely don’t want to miss out this awesome Flemish film recorded in the Ardennes … so Belgian indeed!! And of course Belgian fries and waffles “au menu” to add a real Belgian touch to it! See you there!

Doors open at 7PM. Movie starts at 8PM.
Entry and food for free.


Events, Film Screening
The refugee crisis in Uganda’s Kyangwali Refugee Settlement isn’t new. For the people of this camp, being a refugee is a protracted circumstance endured for decades. 

“Sauti” (“Voice” in Swahili) follows the efforts of five young women who were brought to the Settlement as children and who, as they approach adulthood, strive to pursue their dreams for a future beyond the constraints of a protracted refugee situation in Uganda. Though safer than they were before, little else has changed since fleeing war and persecution years ago in their home countries of Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, and South Sudan. Transcending the label ‘refugee’ has been especially challenging for the women of Kyangwali.

Join the creators of Sauti for these special Uganda premieres. Learn more about the film at http://sautifilm.org/