Nabwiso films and Savannah moon productions win big at the The 10th Edition of Pearl International Film Festival.
It has been a time since the Pearl International Film Festival (PIFF) was held, and this was due to the disruption of COVID-19. The festival always gathered the giants of the film industry of Uganda since its inauguration in 2011, making it a calendar event for filmmakers and lovers who come to celebrate the achievements in the film industry.
Since its inauguration in 2011, the Pearl International Film Festival has been eagerly watched and drove expectations from different devoted filmmakers, over the years, it has become one of the most celebrated film awards in the film industry.
Pearl International Film Festival started in 2011 to develop and promote film and other cultural industries as catalysts for regional social and economic growth. The first edition of PIFF happened at the National Theatre and this edition happened at Theatre La Bonita.
This year, PIFF celebrated 10 years, and the award ceremony was held at Theatre La Bonita. The turnout was low during the screening due to the rains and traffic jams, but there was a surge in attendance during the award show.
The festival Director Moses Magezi was not around instead Eng. Bonny M. Kasujja represented and shared their continued support to promote the Uganda Film Industry through the festival.