Popular Australian non-dairy milk brand, Inside Out has commissioned seven pieces of artwork that will be minted into a limited number of exclusive NFTs that customers will be in with a chance of owning. The artwork was created by two artists and is an eclectic mix to showcase all elements of Australia.
The 2021 Smart WFM Australian Business Book Awards finalists, category winners and “Book of The Year” were announced in a virtual awards ceremony.
Film enthusiasts across the country were besides themselves with joy when, in November 2021, it was announced that The Girl in the Yellow Jumper, a thriller written and directed by the brilliant Loukman Ali, would be Uganda’s first ever Netflix film.
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Paulo swivels to stare at the spot the giant is pointing at. There’s a massive bag of chocolate chip cookies next to him, in a spot that had been vacant just a few seconds ago.
The Netflix effect strikes again with the global success of Squid Game which is the first Korean drama to top Netflix’s top 10 weekly most watched TV show charts globally and in the UK.
Movie Frenzy has returned and is marking the start of a limited time offering where a vast array of the most cinematic releases are available to rent or buy at extremely low prices.
With 16 Rounds, the second installment in an anthology of short films produced in collaboration with screenwriter and director Usama Mukwaya, Loukman manages to deliver intrigue, suspense, well-paced plot, and striking cinematography, all things the Ugandan film industry has been starved of for several years.
HOFA Gallery in London announced the upcoming launch of their latest and most high profile NFT exhibition to date, titled ‘Portrait of an Era’, estimated to be worth in excess of $20m.
Local groups, social and not-for-profit businesses wanting to promote social inclusion and tackle loneliness, isolation, depression and disadvantage are invited to apply.