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Caroline Kamya

Ugandan filmmaker Caroline Kamya (1974) completed degrees in England in Architecture and Urban Design at Bartlett (UCL), and a MA in TV Documentary at Goldsmith College. She continued to work in TV for several years. In 2004 she set up a company office in Kampala, Uganda. iVAD International is now a leading production house in Uganda. In 2007 she attended Berlinale Talent Campus, returning to Uganda with a renewed commitment to be back in Berlin with a feature film. Caroline also set up a not for profit training arm of iVAD to provide TV training to young people in Uganda. Caroline currently works as a director of both film and documentary, with recent projects collaborating with the Nordic countries. IMANI is her debut feature film IMANI that opened at the Berlinale International Film Festival 2010 and has since travelled the world gaining a number of awards.

Caroline has most recently completed two further films “Chips and Liver Girls” and “Fire Fly” commissioned by The Danish Film Institute / DOX Lab and the Rotterdam International Film Festival. Both films were screened at the DOX Film Festival 2010 on Denmark and the Rotterdam Film Festival in Holland in 2011.