Here’s a look at what we have been up to!

Mtaa Challenge

‘Mtaa Challenge’ is an art competition for independent artists telling stories in the slums are invited to participate. The first edition will focus on film, photography and spoken word.

African Women In Film

Gender imbalance and stereotyping in cinema have received critical attention over the recent past. UNESCO’s 2018 Global Report Re-Shaping Cultural Policies……

Afrikanist Masterclass

Afrikan Artists, Creatives and Innovators together in one of a kind workshop that seeks to unravel common stereotypes and dominant narratives that influence how we create.

Finding Her Strong

The Global Gender Gap Report 2017 ranks Kenya 76 out of 144 globally with significant inequalities between males and females in education attainment, health outcomes, representation in parliament and participation in…

ASMO Media School

ASMO members running film and photography training programmes came together to develop a certificate level film technology curriculum to equip trainees in a structured way with the right knowledge, attitudes, skills in media and film production.

ASMO TV and Community journalism

While skill building and production are important pillars of ASMO’s work, the importance of reaching out to its audience particularly slum…

Advocacy for the Arts

‘TuBonge’ is a project that seeks use film as an alternative medium to advocate for political, democratic and social justice by focusing on the issues that arise prior to, during and after the electioneering period.

Nairobi Talent Galore

Talent Galore is an event held annually aimed at showcasing talents
of kids and youth from diverse informal settlements within Nairobi…

Film Impact Workshop

ASMO in partnership with Slum Film Festival has organized this year a Film Impact Academy and a Heart-To-Heart pitch forum that is set to happen during this year’s Slum Film Festival to be held on August 2019.


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