HALL OF FAME
If ever a mount Rashmore of the Kenyan film industry was to be erected, Mr Raymond Ofula will be on it. An extremely talented and humble individual Mr. Ofula has been part of the film industry from its infant stages through its metamorphosis in to a massive potential sector. Raymond Ofula is a Riverwood Film Warrior Award recipient in recognition of his participation in industry changing productions such as “Better Days” and recently “Game of Wits” not to mention his participation in Hollywood blockbusters like Tom Raider: Cradle of Life and Walk with Lions.
The industry can only moved forward at the rate it learns from its past. Mr. Raymond Ofula is that link between what has been and what can be.
The first inductee in to the Riverwood Hall of Fame and winner of the Film Warrior Award is also an honorary member of the board. Mr Oliver Litondo has had huge success as an actor and is known most notably in his role as Mzee Maruge in the critically acclaimed Kenyan produced movie First Grader. Mr. Litondo is also a producer with numerous documentaries and feature films to his name.
In a board intended to drive the future of film, a voice of experience and reason like Mr. Oliver Litondo is always a key pillar.