The Kenya Information and Communications Act (KICA) further empowers the Board to; impose age restrictions to ensure that content which depicts or contains scenes that are rated as adult or are of the language intended for adult audiences are not aired during the watershed period (between 5am –10 pm) and to enforce the programming Code for the free-to-air radio and TV services by ensuring that all programme and non-programme matter, namely commercials, infomercials, documentaries, programme promotions, programme listings, community service announcements and station identifications are classified before they air
Kalasha International Film & TV Awards, 2017
Ag. Chair of the Kenya Film Classification Board Gathoni Kung’u, CEO Dr. Ezekiel Mutua MBS and veteran actor and film producer Oliver Litondo and his wife Bella during the 2017 Kalasha International Film & TV Awards.
KFCB continues to support efforts geared towards spurring the growth of the film industry in Kenya and will work closely with the Kenya Film Commission going forward to make Kenya a competitive filming destination.
KFCB PUBLIC SENSITIZATION FORUM AT THE KISII UNIVERSITY
The Kenya Film Classification Board CEO Dr. Ezekiel Mutua has called on the youth to use social media responsibly. Speaking during the Kisii University public lecture, the CEO also asked learning institutions to promote moral values through the education system. The event was attended by Youth Enterprise Fund CEO Mr. Josiah Moriasi and Kisii University Vice Chancellor Prof. John Akama, who encouraged young people to create jobs through entrepreneurial ventures.
• Examination and classification of films and posters to be done immediately as requested by cinema theatres
• Sensitization of the stakeholders and the public
• Examination and classifying films
• Carry out research on best practice in content regulation