SEPTEMBER

”EVEN TERRORISTS ARE HUMAN”
Tickets: Kshs. 500
Get your tickets at Century Cinemax The
Junction ( The Junction , Ngong Road)
Arrival Time: 6:40 p.m
Screening : 7:20 p.m
Rated: PG
DATE: 3RD OCTOBER, FRIDAY

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From the makers of the 2014 Africa Magic
Viewers Choice Awards & Durban International
Film Festival nominated short film “DECEIT”
SEPTEMBER is a Thrilling-Drama that revolves
around political events that befalls the Kenyan
nation triggering a high level of insecurity. On
the fore front of the political web is a self-
centered politician, Kamotho (Peter Kawa), who
is influenced by foreign forces to carry out a
devious task that may change the dogmatic
landscape. Kamotho manipulates his longtime
comrade George (Brevick Ngereri), a promising
architect, to accomplish the task that unwillingly
places his wife Catherine (Maryolive Mungai)
and daughter Naisola (Maalia Joy) in danger.
Taking advantage of Juma (Mark Kaiyare), his
trusted Driver, George sends the film further
down a twisted trail leaving the unexpected to
unfold with place and time being at the center of
it all.
Directed by Mark Wambui
Starring: Brevick Ngereri Maryolive Ohmygosh
Mark Kaiyare Ndindi Nganga Peter Kawa Maalia
Joy
Produced by Mark Kaiyare Simon M. Chege
Courtesy of: Evolve Entertainment – Kenya &
Chromatic Pictures

KNOW THE # SEPTEMBER CREW..

Victor Oloo as SEPTEMBER Co-Producer
Victor is a cinematographer, pursuing Journalism
at United States International University. He has
undergone training as a cinematographer by One
Fine Day Films and DW Akademie as well as a
class in the art of science storytelling by Princeton
University Global Seminar 2013. He has worked as
D.O.P/Editor in productions such as KAHAWA
YETU & The Faces of Cancer documentaries, The
2014 AMVCA (Africa Magic Viewers Choice
Awards) nominated short film ‘Deceit’ among
others. He has been selected for the inaugural
Washington Fellowship For Young African Leaders
by President Barrack Obama where he is to
undertake a master class in Business and
entrepreneurship at Northwestern University
Illinois.

Ndindi as Claire – Juma’s Wife

Ndindi, a lawyer by profession, has always loved
acting since she first set foot onto a stage while
only nine years old in primary school. The very
next year saw her promoted to screen acting
where she acted in the once famous Children’s
Theatre on KBC. Since then she has been hooked
to acting and cannot seem to stop no matter what
her 8 to 5 profession is.
From the year 2000 to 2005 she made regular
appearances on Heartstrings Ensemble acting in
some of the best productions Nairobi had yet
witnessed. From satirical drama to thrilling plays
and also set book acting, the stage was her home
and her love.
In 2010, after a short break, she went back to
screen acting and acted in a TV comedy drama
series known as ‘Briefcase Inc.’ She later made
several appearances in another drama series
‘Saints’ a Spielworks Media Production.
She remains an acting addict to date.

Mark as juma

Mark Kaiyare is an actor, writer, director and
founder of Evolve Entertainment. He played a
groomsman on the movie Caught Up and has
been featured on theatre productions; A Cry For
Help, Real Eyes See Through, For Love’s Sake,
Hurt For My Heart Musical and was the stage
manager on Importance of Being Earnest.
The 22 year-old filmmaker’s short film Deceit was
nominated for the 2014 Africa Magic Viewers’
Choice Awards under the Best New Media- Online
Video category. It was also the only Kenyan and
East African short film selected to show at the
35th Durban International Festival in July earlier
this year.
Deceit is a thriller which revolves around infidelity.
It has been praised for its unpredictable plotline,
suspense and its creative ending. Kaiyare
produced and starred in the film.
Kaiyare joins actor Peter Kawa, producer Simon
Chege and director Mark Wambui- the same team
from Deceit – for September , a one-hour political
thriller about events leading up to a terror attack.
It will be released on September 21 at the
Storymoja Hay Festival, to commemorate the first
anniversary of the Westgate Mall terrorist attack.
Away from film production Kaiyare enjoys
dancing, playing basketball and video games and
clubbing.
Spotted In: Mali, Deceit, Caught Up

Guys go out and support our very own local talent,I promise you that you won’t be disappointed…
You can stand a chance to win a ticket,just go to the Facebook page(SEPTEMBER) and share what you liked about September, its as easy as that 🙂

Watch The Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pv7…

Stay warm lovelies

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