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January 17, 2014 – Liz Lenjo
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January 2014

FILM CENSORSHIP AND BANS: THE ROLE OF KENYA FILM CLASSIFICATION BOARD

The internet and social media is buzzing with comments on the recent ban of the American film ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ by the Kenya Film Classification Board. Before I proceed with the crucial matter at hand, I would like to clarify a confusion that I have noted on social media on the difference in mandates of the Kenya Film Commission and Kenya Film Classification Board. The Kenya Film Commission is a state corporation under the Ministry of Information and Communication whose mandate and core functions are: 1. To advise the Government and other relevant stakeholders on matters relating to development, coordination, regulation and promotion of the film industry...

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