Brother Time was screened at a meeting of Amnesty International’s Central Montreal Chapter. Senior Producer Matthew Harsh attended and discussed the film with Amnesty members.
I hope you can all make it out to the upcoming meeting next week! Details are as follows:
Where? 5th Floor (Rm 521) @ YMCA Downtown . . . → Read More: Amnesty International Screening
While the president didn’t mention the exact words ‘Brother Time,’ his message about the necessity for a peaceful 2013 election is directly in line with the film.
Brother Time was again featured at a prominent meeting where Kenyan academics, policymakers, civil society groups and journalists came together to discuss peacemaking and the 2013 election. Senior Producer, Paul Mbatia describes the event:
Hi All. I wish to update you on the screening of Brother Time yesterday.
As I have shared you . . . → Read More: Another Premiere Event in Nairobi
In the message below, Senior Producer Paul Mbatia describes Brother Time’s continued use as a peacemaking tool on University of Nairobi’s campus and beyond:
I should also inform you that late last year, there was a student activity on campus and Brother Time was screened and watched by very many students who really appreciated. . . . → Read More: Nairobi Students Making Peace
Brother Time has been officially selected to be part of the Humanity Explored Film Festival. The motto for this online film festival is “witnessing global consciousness with documentaries and films from story tellers around the world.” You can watch Brother Time on the Humanity Explored website here.
. . . → Read More: Brother Time Selected for Humanity Explored
Brother Time was screened at Vanier College in Montreal, Quebec, Canada as part of Dr. Nathan Loewen’s class “Our Developing World.” Senior Producer Matthew Harsh attended the screening and led a discussion with the class and faculty members.
Brother Time is being taken up by the University of Nairobi School of Journalism and Mass Communication whose faculty are using the movie to teach journalism students about documentary film making.
National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) adopted Brother Time as a peace-building tool for the 2013 Elections.
The world premiere of Brother Time will be held on June 27, 2012 in Nairobi Kenya. Approximately 150 dignitaries, educators, and journalists will be on hand to watch the film and meet the stars of the movie and the production team. The event will be held at the Safari Club Hotel at 3 pm. . . . → Read More: **World Premiere**
The Africa Department of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, the political foundation associated with the German Green Party, hosted a pre-release screening of Brother Time on May 7th 2012. The event was part of a series of evening debates on transitional justice in Africa. Officials from the Kenyan Embassy in Berlin were in attendance and . . . → Read More: German Heinrich Böll Foundation Hosts Kenyan Embassy for Pre-release Screening