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August 29, 2020

All Systems Go For Digital KISFF Edition

The organisers of the Kenya International Sports Film Festival has laid down plans for a full digital festival as the premier event which the only one on African soil gets to the third edition. The team has already engaged technology experts on how the four-day event can be expanded virtually and has embarked on a […]

Film Festival
August 16, 2020

KISFF Featured in the FICTS Website

KISFF has been Featured in the FICTS (Federation Internationale Cinema Television Sportifs) Website. You can read the full article here.

Film Festival
August 25, 2018

Wrc Promoter Expresses Desire To Re-Admit The Safari Back To The Fia World Championship

Promoter Managing Director started his four day Safari Rally observer mission with a very promising note to Kenyans. “It is our desire to return the Safari Rally back to the World Rally Championship as soon as possible because the event is mutually beneficial to us,” said Ciesla at the start of the 2018 Safari which […]

November 17, 2018

Press Release November 2018

The Kenya International Sports Film Festival (KISFF) – the first and only sports film festival in Africa – will take place from Thursday 22nd November to Sunday 25th November in Nairobi. At close of submissions on Saturday, October 20th , 2018, a total of 1323 films from all over the world had been submitted. The […]

Press Release
October 25, 2018

The Karims – A Sporting Dynasty [Documentary Review]

“It goes without saying that a real sportsman will never dream of cheating in a game or taking unfair advantage over his opponent”.These words by Yusuf Karim are the opening lines of ‘The Karims’, a moving, emotional and insightful documentary, of a family that has spanned three generations and two sports. This important lesson is […]

Film Festival
August 25, 2018

Former Kenyan Cricket Captain Pens Memorandum To President Kenyatta On Roadmap To Revamp Sports

A former national cricket captain has drafted a memorandum to Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta on the needs of the sports industry in the country. Aasif Karim, who played in three International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cups in 1996, 1999 and 2003 and also participated in the Davis Cup tournament, said sports in the country is […]