Isaac Nabwana

Once Upon a Time in Uganda review – an effusive love letter

By Marina Ashioti

This entertaining documentary celebrates the low-budget action movies of “Uganda’s Quentin Tarantino”, Isaac Nabwana.


Isaac Nabwana: ‘We should tell our own stories in the way we want’

By Kambole Campbell

The wildly imaginative and highly resourceful filmmaker behind Uganda's ultra low budget studio Wakaliwood describes his own cinematic education, travelling to China to shoot Shaolin monks, and the next generation of African filmmakers.

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