The Kenya Film Classification Board has encouraged Commonwealth countries to collaborate with Kenya in promoting growth in the creative industry, and to build frameworks that will enhance protection of children from harmful content.
Speaking when he presided over a luncheon of Commonwealth High Commissioners in Nairobi as Chief Guest, the Board’s Chief Executive Officer Dr. Ezekiel Mutua said KFCB hopes to see Kenyan filmmakers working with producers from the Commonwealth.
Dr. Mutua said the Board is seeking opportunities for exchange programmes and training for Kenyan film makers in collaboration with the countries, which include India, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Australia, Uganda, Tanzania and the United Kingdom.
The meeting was attended by 18 High Commissioners of the Commonwealth state members represented in Kenya. It provided a platform to duscuss ways of creating opportunities and networking with the international community in the film industry.