Peter Tukei Muhumuza is a painter, photographer, and filmmaker based in Bwijanga, Uganda. He experiments with found material in his work, a practice that is typical of his community. Muhumuza attended the Maisha Film Lab in 2009, where he made his directorial debut with the silent film Ink (2009). His short film Kengere (2011) was selected for the International Film Festival Rotterdam.
On Air: Peter Tukei Muhumuza The ikono On Air Festival is showing Peter Tukei Muhumuza's Reflection (2012). This film was made in response to an invitation from Olafur Eliasson to create a short film about light, life, energy, and his Little Sun lamp.
Links- Peter Tukei Muhumuza on IMDB - Interview with Peter Tukei Muhumuza at Africa is a country - Peter Tukei Muhumuza at Onlinefilm - Peter Tukei Muhumuza at Doxlab
VideosTrailer: Kengere Told using puppets, the film relates an event whereby soldiers locked 69 people in a train and set fire to it in 1989. Later on, a cyclist returns to his village to look for a cassette tape that contains the voices of the victims. Kengere - Complete Film Prize of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen 2011, Rotterdam IFF 2011
Curators' SpecialPart of the curatorial selection of Olafur Eliasson