LEGACY ARTS AND FILM LAB
Legacy Arts and Film Lab aim is to continually produce quality feature films, documentaries, theatre productions and stage musicals with a focus on creating an avenue to use theatre & film and the arts for social change and to promote and nurture talent in the arts and film.
Legacy Arts and Film Lab founded the Lake International PanAfrican Film Festival(LIPFF) in 2016, due to the gap in Festivals for Films in African Languages. We believe that African stories need to be told in African Languages as authentic as can be. The Festival has various activities from film screenings, workshops, panel discussions, Open forums, local tourism and the Gala Awards Ceremony.
Legacy Arts prides itself in valuing of education in the arts. We hold periodic workshops and panel discussions on creative works in the areas of film, theatre, gender, development and community issues. This is notable in our passion and drive towards mentorship, skills transfer, offering apprenticeship, internships and attachment to the youth in all our projects and during all our events and productions.
Legacy arts and film lab have many production and every years we keep on surprising our followers with the best entertainment. Follows us on Facebook and keep up with our latest production.
Legacy arts and film lab always have many events and opportunities including forums, festivals, shows, and films. We will keep you updated on our latest and past events.
Meet Our Team!
Dr. Zippora Okoth
Ms. Suki Wanza Nyadawa
Here’s what people say about us:
Zippy Okoth is a phenomenal woman on the theatre scene. Indefatigable too! Still, she filled the theatre to full capacity, receiving an extended standing ovation to confirm her status as one of the most dynamic, multi-talented and much-loved creatives around.
Margaretta Wa Gasheru
Zippy, who won the best Director at the 2015 Sanaa Theatre Awards, where her musical Tigo scooped the best production and another four awards, is known for her passion for infusing authentic Kenyan music into her persuasive lines
LIPFF is doing a good job on going virtual and reaching a greater population through their virtual panel discussions and Open Forum Session
Sir Timothy Owase
C.E.O Kenya Film Commissio
Oops Zippy From The Diary Of A Divorced Woman by Zippora Agatha Okoth (Dr. Zippy Okoth)
OOPS ZIPPY: The Diary of a Divorced Woman, is an account of the life of Zippy, a 25 year old performing artist, who falls in love with a young military man. It narrates their romantic love life that ended in an abusive marriage full of infidelity, physical abuse and finally trauma, following the loss of their son.