PHOTOS: Kenyan Student Wins Best Young Film Maker Award In UK

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PHOTOS: Kenyan Student Wins Best Young Film Maker Award In UK
PHOTOS: Kenyan Student Wins Best Young Film Maker Award In UK17 year old A-levels student, from Kenya and currently living in the UK, received an award as BEST YOUNG FILM MAKER at the Unchosen Film Awards in London earlier this month.

The award-winning student, Phoebe Ruguru, was recognised for her short film, SAIDIA, which reflected the effects of forced labour through the eyes of the main character, Jurgis, a young man who reveals the truth behind his traumatizing experiences working in a farm as a trafficking victim.

17 year old A-levels student, from Kenya and currently living in the UK, received an award as BEST YOUNG FILM MAKER at the Unchosen Film Awards in London earlier this month. The award-winning student, Phoebe Ruguru, was recognised for her short film, SAIDIA, which reflected the effects of forced labour through the eyes of the main character, Jurgis, a young man who reveals the truth behind his traumatizing experiences working in a farm as a trafficking victim.

She is currently co-producing another short film, Intellectual Scum based on the thought-provoking blog `You lazy (Intellectual) African Scum’ set to be released later this year.

Apart from film making and her academic school work, the seventeen year old has been involved in charity work and fundraising for a Kenyan charity and she aims to continue being involved in her community back home.  You can congratulate Phoebe on her facebook page Phoebe Ruguru or via her phone number +447808817567.

SPOTLIGHT ON PHOEBE RUGURU

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