Film Production in Kenya
Films Produced in Kenya
Kenyan films at the Oscars Awards
Filming In Kenya Requirements
Film production companies have filmed a variety of films and documentaries in the East African region including Kenya Tanzania,Uganda,Rwanda and Burundi. The wide variety landscape,wilderness abound with wildlife, magnificent silver white tropical beaches and diverse cultures is a film producer’s dreams come true.
Africa Partners in Safari has a highly trained and experienced staff with in-depth knowledge of the East African region that handles the logistics of film production. The innovative team which is committed to high ethical and professional standards with many years hands on experience assists in site locations and advice on unique features of our region in accordance with your needs in film production and video production.
Film production companies have long identified Kenya as a popular destination for both film production and video production. In the film “To Walk with Lions” (the biopic of famed conservationist George Adamson) Kenya’s has proved that readily accessible exotic wildlife, captivating landscapes and diverse traditional cultures brings out the perfect cinematic setting. Other films produced in the country include the Academy Award winning Out of Africa, a real-life murder mystery White Mischief of the happy valley. over 80 international films have been hosted in Kenya the major ones include Out of Africa, King Solomon's Mines, Born Free, Rise and Fall of Idi Amin, Mugambo, The Wilby Conspiracy, Master of the Game, The Colour Purple (second unit), Kitchen Toto, Cry Freedom (second unit), White Mischief, The Life of Hemmingway, Besieged, Forbidden Territory, Constant Gardener, White Maasai, Congo (second unit), I Dreamed of Africa (second unit) and To Walk With Lions.
Survivor Africa is the most recently, the successful staging of the hit CBS Series. Survivor Africa Mark Burnet's prime reality television series Survivor III, featuring Shaba Game Reserve reignited interest in film producing and is considered the most successful of the series, particularly by the production crew who were frequently and pleasantly surprised by cooperation from the Kenyan government and the relative ease of shooting in a isolated and secluded location. Tomb Raider II: Cradle of Life has its action sequences shot in the Amboseli National Park on the foot hills of Mt.Kilimanjaro and Hell's Gate National Park. Starring Angelina Jolie in her role as Lara Croft, African actor Djimon and directed by Dutch Director Jan de Bont.