|Directed by||Nathan Collett|
|Produced by||Nathan Collett, Mercy Murugi, Mary Beth Fielder|
|Screenplay by||Nathan Collett, Mary Beth Fielder|
|Starring||Wilson Maina, Martha Kisaka, Teddy Onyango, Geoffrey Jefferson, Peter Chege, 66|
|Cinematography||Andrew ‘Dru’ Mungai|
|Edited by||Chris King, Jesse Ellis|
Togetherness Supreme is a 2010 Kenyan film.
Based on actual events, Togetherness Supreme is the story of Kamau, an artist, searching for change in the midst of tribal tension in the slums. Kamau stands up against his father and his tribe to join the other side with his friend Otieno. Kamau and Otieno fight for political change for those living in dire poverty, but they are caught up in the middle of the ethnic conflict that tears apart their country and, furthermore, they are rivals for the love of Alice, a preacher’s daughter. After a contested presidential election (Kenyan presidential election of December 2007), the slums erupt in violence and Kamau's world collapses around him.
- African Movie Academy Awards 2010: 2 awards
- Best International Feature Film – Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2011
- Global Landscape Award – Cinequest Film Festival 2011
- African Film Festival of Cordoba-FCAT (license CC BY-SA)
- Togetherness Supreme at the Internet Movie Database
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