Canadian filmmaker Robert Mentov takes us behind the scenes of his film “Katanga – the female slum boxers of Uganda” and talks us through the creative process amidst tough conditions. Katanga is the name given to one of the largest slums in the city of Kampala. The film (based on the same name) is the […]
Katanga is one of the largest slums in Kampala, Uganda. Assault against women is rampant, resulting in a group of female boxers rising up as vigilantes. This is their story Robert Mentov is a Toronto based filmmaker. Find out more about Robert’s work ~ Vimeo – Robert Mentov
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