Category Archives: Screenings

Thank you and Asante Sana

By Hashi in London The World Cup has been well and truly won. The trophy did not have to travel far¬†in the end, all it had to do really was hop over the Med from Rome to Madrid. But the … Continue reading

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The end has no end

By Andy in Kilifi It’s the morning after the night before in Kilifi and what a night before it was. Dancing, singing, children’s films – crowned by the sparkling gem that was the World Cup Final. The crowd started to … Continue reading

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There are heroisms all around us…

By Peter With reference to chapter one of The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle’s, I write another post for the Kenya Field of Dreams Blog. Yesterday, Saturday the third of July in preparation for American Independence Day, we showed … Continue reading

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Crocodile Tears

By Andy in Kilifi It’s amazing, you find yourself in Kenya with more BBC and Google staff than you can fit into an 9 seater Kenyan minibus (24 is the record we’ve seen so far if you’re interested) and yet … Continue reading

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Maybe I’m Amazed

by Jo

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If you inflate it, they will come

By Simon & Anna in Kilifi Nice to see the project covered in the Guardian again today. We have now moved the screening back to Mnarani field next to MTG, should be a good crowd – over 100 people were … Continue reading

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On The Road

In Kenya the World Cup football matches are only available on a subscription satellite service, which means that the people who can afford to pay for it charge a lot of money to let others come in and watch. We are spending a few nights screening games in each location before moving to a new area, to give as many people as possible the chance to watch the World Cup for free. Continue reading

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