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The aim of this book is to evaluate the Kenyan film industry from its historical foundations.
It fills a gap of shortage of data on history of film in Kenya.
It traces the historical development of the film industry, the policies and institutional frameworks, impacted by changing political circumstances and technological developments over the study period from colonial Kenya to 2015.The qualitative study used both primary and secondary data methods.
Primary data collection involved interviewing key informants who included policy makers, film producers and custodians of a lot of the information related to the management and the operation of the Kenyan film industry.
This included policy makers in government and the CEO of FEPACI the regional film organization, and senior film producers some who have been in the industry since the 1970s.
For secondary data, the study carried out a rigorous critical evaluation desk study at the Kenya National Archives and Data Services (KNADS) which stores old government records; local libraries and websites featuring film production in Kenya.
Nyutho has acted for Hollywood films and local theater, TV & film shows.
He studied TV production at BBC.
He did an M.A.
in Mass Communication at University of Leicester; also studied at Cornell university and DW Cologne.
He lectures in Film and TV Production at University of Nairobi.He was Head of Film/TV at Kenya Institute of Education.
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