Kenya’s Oscar nominee “Watu Wote” premiere
24 January 2018 | 3:45 pm
Film 'Watu Wote: All of us', based on a 2015 Islamist attack in Kenya, had its Nairobi premiere just hours after it was announced as an Oscar nominee.
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