The fourth edition of the annual Kenya International Sports Film Festival (KISFF) will be held from...
KISFF Brand Ambassadors 2021
The Kenya International Sports Film Festival (KISFF) founder, former Kenya International Sportsman A...
FICTS – Federation Internationale Cinema Television Sportifs which is a federation of 123 Coun...
Past KISFF Head Jury
Njoki is an Award Winning Film Producer and Script Writer. She is a member of the International Emmys and has been Juror in many local and international film awards. She has awards in: Best AMVCA Indigenous Film/TV series, Udada Festival Life Achievement Award and also Most Influential Woman Personality in Film 2020. She is also the Academy Director for Multichoice Talent Factory, the Multichoice regional film academy.
She is a multi-discipline professional with a dual career in Management Consultancy and Film Making. She has over 30 years’ experience in management consultancy and training that began with Price Waterhouse. She is also a published author and poet.
As a film maker, she was Executive Producer for over 73 Feature films for MNET/DSTV. She was also Executive Producer for first East African High End Drama, ‘Changes’.
Njoki is also a Co-Founder and Moderator of Online Broadcast Channel ZebTribe TV.
Njoki is a Kenyan National and lives in Nairobi.
Franki is the Chief Editor and Founder of Africa Post Office. For over 20 years Franki has been delivering award winning film and television projects in Kenya, New Zealand, UK and USA.
She has worked with a host of prominent media houses such as Channel 4 (UK), Fox international channel (UK), 3D Global Leadership (Nigeria), PBS (USA), Multichoice, Zuku, Content House, TouchDown Pictures (NZ), as well as established production companies like Quite Bright Films, Fat Rain Films, Ginger Ink, Mojo Productions and Shadow Films (SA). Franki believes that great stories are in the telling. Her passion lies in finding the narrative to make a story not just engaging, but irresistible.
John Sibi Okumu
John, or ‘Mwalimu,’ for having been a teacher of French for much of his professional life, also has a considerable reputation as a man of the arts in Kenya. His profiles include radio and television broadcasting; acting on both the stage and screen, and being a published writer of plays, prose and poetry. Among many examples, he has interviewed seven African presidents; played Romeo, Shylock and King Oedipus; has had credited roles in films like The Constant Gardener and, this year, has authored a compilation of his Collected Plays 2004-2014.
John was a keen sportsman in his youth and continues to be an avid follower of it at the highest level.