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Country: Kenya; Year: 2007; Duration: 100 min

Director: Bob Nyanja; Producer: Tony Rimwa;

Screen Play: Mark Mutahi

Editor: Joy Lusige; Prod Des: Naima Mungai; Music: Bruce Odhiambo 

Director of Photograghy: Martin .N. Munyua

Cast: Gabriella Mutia, Godfrey Odhiambo, Charles Bukeko, Patrick Joe Mbugua, Dan 'Churchill' Ndambuki

Awards Won by Malooned

Zanzibar International Film Festival; Silver Dhow - 2007;
Verona International Film Festival; Best Feature Film- 2008;
Kenya International Film Festival, Best Kenyan Film- 2007


Di is 28, beautiful, intelligent, confident, and just the tiniest bit spoiled. From their first meeting, Luther can see that nothing can ever make this woman happy- especially the thought of spending her Easter weekend (and wedding day!) trapped in a ladies’ toilet! Trapped together in the ladies of the 15th floor of a Nairobi skyscraper, the two have no choice but to make the best of their forced “vacation”, working together despite their differences; finding in themselves, and each other, a strength untold.


Country: Kenya; Year: 2008; Duration: 148 min

Director: Bob Nyanja; Producer: Isabel Munyua;

Screen Play: Mark Mutahi & Bob Nyanja; Director of Photography: Martin Munyua;

Cast: Colin Simpson, Lwanda Jawar, Serah Ndanu, Ainea Ojiambo

Special Appearance: Oliver Litondo, John Sibi Okumu, Francis Imbuga

Editor: Joy Lusige; Music: Bruce Odhiambo, Kibby Kenneth

Awards Won by Rugged Priest
Kalasha Awards- 2011

The Best Director
The Best Cinematography
The Best Editor
The Best Scriptwriter in an Original Screenplay Film
The Best Sound Film
The Best Supporting Actor Film
The Best Lead Actress Film
The Best Feature Film

Zanzibar International Film Festival

Golden Dhow Award - The Best Feature Film

Verona International Film Festival

The Best Feature Film


When violence breaks out in the heart of the Rift Valley, Kenya, and an American Catholic priest goes out of his way to shelter and cater for the displaced knowing very well that the clashes are politically instigated. This puts him on a collision path with the powers that be and for being a thorn in the flesh he is transferred to a faraway diocese in Maasai Land. But even in the remote new posting, the powerful are still riding roughshod over the poor, weak and defenseless. At great personal cost the fearless Rugged Priest, takes on the high and mighty in a fight for justice for his people. With only a rosary, an old rifle and an adopted son who is falling off his priestly calling. How far can the old white priest go?

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