By Prossy Namiiro
Ugandan movies could see the light in the sky after some of them reportedly secured slots to be shown on airplanes owned by Emirates Airlines, one of the leading Airlines company.
The news was broken by a director called Samuel Saviour who revealed that two of the projects that his company, Kyooto Media Group, had worked on. The movies in favour are Kemi, Catch Out, and The Girl In The Yellow Jumper.
“Emirates rented two of the films I worked on, that is KEMI and Catch Out. They put the two films onto all their planes for passengers to watch,” Samuel said.
Samuel advised other filmmakers to try their marketing strategies on airline companies because he hopes they could help filmmakers to make some money. He cried out to Uganda Airlines to start showing Ugandan movies on their planes.