Boniface Mwangi documentary to screen in Kenya


Kenyans will have the opportunity to watch Softie, the documentary about Boniface, in various cinemas across the country

Softie, a film by Sam Soko details the life of Boniface Mwangi as a human rights and political activist. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival early this year where it won “The World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Editing.”

Now, the film is set to open in theatres across Kenya, giving Kenyans the opportunity to watch the documentary. The film has already received amazing reviews from critics around the world including a review by Shadow and Act that lauded the film for its boldness. 

 “Softie is a grim assessment of both the cost of revolution and modern-day manhood. Women are often told that they can’t have it all when it comes to their professional and personal lives, and Softie suggests that it’s the same for men.” – Shadow and Act, Sundance Festival, 2020.

The film will be available to watch from October 16th at the following cinemas:

Prestige Cinema

Ngong Road, Nairobi

Anga Diamond Plaza

Parklands, Nairobi

Motion Cinemas

Donholm, Nairobi

Rupas Cinema





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