In Kibera (Nairobi), one of the biggest slums of the world, Simon, Philip and Geoffrey have created the collective MADE IN KIBERA (MIK). Their goal is to unite the numerous artists of Kibera and provide them with a space inside the tough conditions of the slum where they can grow. MIK is constructing a professional music and video studio that will help the local artists record their work in higher quality and, in order to promote it, they are preparing a massive event that is already bringing together all Kibera artists.
LUIS LANCHARES BARDAJI
Luis studied Audiovisual Communication Bachelor (Madrid) and an MA in Social Communication (UK). He participated in the creation of two webseries, however, he always focused in the use of communication to create impact and change. He has worked for several NGO’s creating audiovisual materials, as well as being chief of communication for KUBUKA NGO in Kenya. Luis is a strong believer in the use of visuals for social change and KIBERA SAUTI, his first feature documentary, is the first time he will use the cinematographic language as one more ally for social communication. Nowadays he lives in Tenerife, where he mainly works in the camera department, while he’s preparing his next film about a group of acrobats from Zambia.