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KUNG FU WAKALIWOOD UGANDA
Antonino Condorelli
Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Ramon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.

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  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place.
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place.
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Mustafa Kasekende, 38, recite in the movie Bruce Uganda
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Mustafa Kasekende, 38, recite in the movie Bruce Uganda
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Mustafa Kasekende, 38, recite in the movie Bruce Uganda Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Mustafa Kasekende, 38, recite in the movie Bruce Uganda
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Mustafa Kasekende, 38, recite in the movie Bruce Uganda
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Mustafa Kasekende, 38, recite in the movie Bruce Uganda Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Mustafa Kasekende, 38, recite in the movie Bruce Uganda
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Mustafa Kasekende, 38, recite in the movie Bruce Uganda
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Mustafa Kasekende, 38, recite in the movie Bruce Uganda Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Film Director Isaac Nabwana (blue shirt C) is seen during a briefing with actors before the shooting of Bruce Uganda scenes.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Film Director Isaac Nabwana (blue shirt C) is seen during a briefing with actors before the shooting of Bruce Uganda scenes.
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Film Director Isaac Nabwana (blue shirt C) is seen during a briefing with actors before the shooting of Bruce Uganda scenes. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Nakasujja Harriet, wife of Isaac Nabwana, prepares Master Mustafa Kasekende, 38, to reacite in the new movie "Bruce Uganda". 
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Nakasujja Harriet, wife of Isaac Nabwana, prepares Master Mustafa Kasekende, 38, to reacite in the new movie "Bruce Uganda". 
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Nakasujja Harriet, wife of Isaac Nabwana, prepares Master Mustafa Kasekende, 38, to reacite in the new movie "Bruce Uganda". Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: After the rain, Dauda Bisaso, 45, is seen while he dries the set.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: After the rain, Dauda Bisaso, 45, is seen while he dries the set.
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: After the rain, Dauda Bisaso, 45, is seen while he dries the set. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Nakasujja Harriet, wife of Isaac Nabwana, prepares Master Mustafa Kasekende, 38, to reacite in the new movie "Bruce Uganda". 
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Nakasujja Harriet, wife of Isaac Nabwana, prepares Master Mustafa Kasekende, 38, to reacite in the new movie "Bruce Uganda". 
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Nakasujja Harriet, wife of Isaac Nabwana, prepares Master Mustafa Kasekende, 38, to reacite in the new movie "Bruce Uganda". Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Nakasujja Harriet, wife of Isaac Nabwana, prepares Master Mustafa Kasekende, 38, to reacite in the new movie "Bruce Uganda". 
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Nakasujja Harriet, wife of Isaac Nabwana, prepares Master Mustafa Kasekende, 38, to reacite in the new movie "Bruce Uganda". 
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Nakasujja Harriet, wife of Isaac Nabwana, prepares Master Mustafa Kasekende, 38, to reacite in the new movie "Bruce Uganda". Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Kung fu training at Wakaliwood.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Kung fu training at Wakaliwood.
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Kung fu training at Wakaliwood. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Dauda Bisaso, 45, is the master of workshop at Wakaliwwod. He prepares all the tools for the movies, as gun machines, and other materials used for the movie.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Dauda Bisaso, 45, is the master of workshop at Wakaliwwod. He prepares all the tools for the movies, as gun machines, and other materials used for the movie.
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Dauda Bisaso, 45, is the master of workshop at Wakaliwwod. He prepares all the tools for the movies, as gun machines, and other materials used for the movie. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Dauda Bisaso, 45, is the master of workshop at Wakaliwwod. He prepares all the tools for the movies, as gun machines, and other materials used for the movie.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Dauda Bisaso, 45, is the master of workshop at Wakaliwwod. He prepares all the tools for the movies, as gun machines, and other materials used for the movie.
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Dauda Bisaso, 45, is the master of workshop at Wakaliwwod. He prepares all the tools for the movies, as gun machines, and other materials used for the movie. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children training in Wakaliwood.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children training in Wakaliwood.
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Children training in Wakaliwood. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 24/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions.
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood. Each child have the dream to become a Kung Fu actor and to recite in big productions. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: A child is seen during a Kung Fu training holding a shoe in equilibrium on the legs.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: A child is seen during a Kung Fu training holding a shoe in equilibrium on the legs.
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: A child is seen during a Kung Fu training holding a shoe in equilibrium on the legs. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Equipment used for kung fu training
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Equipment used for kung fu training
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Equipment used for kung fu training Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 ) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) and his team in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) and his team in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) and his team in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. 
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 21/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Many children find in that a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: A child poses in a Kung Fu position during a training in Wakaliwood.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: A child poses in a Kung Fu position during a training in Wakaliwood.
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: A child poses in a Kung Fu position during a training in Wakaliwood. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: A child of Wakaliga is seen during a stretching session in Wakaliwood.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: A child of Wakaliga is seen during a stretching session in Wakaliwood.
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: A child of Wakaliga is seen during a stretching session in Wakaliwood. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Master Mustafa Lee Kasekende, (38 orange shirt) trains children in Wakalowood Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place.
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced  and set design are even  realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.
Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place.
Photo by Antonino Condorelli
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      Germany - 18/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda - Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Raamon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials.Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty. Pictured: Children of Wakaliga make training in the Wakaliwood place. Photo by Antonino Condorelli

 

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