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Kizito Mutahi



Kizito Mutahi is a passionate film director who combines human rights, development studies and film training experience to advocate for social justice. He was trained at the Filmbase, Dublin and St. Kelvin’s College, Ireland in moving image. He also has qualifications in Development Studies (Kimmage Development Studies Centre, Ireland) and currently pursuing an Msc. in Human Rights at the University College Dublin (UCD).


He has directed and produced several social justice film documentaries in Kenya and Ireland. These include a short film documentary based on Article 14 of the UN Declaration of Human Rights on The Right To Seek featuring Dr. Ahmed Sardop a Sudanese human rights defender living in Ireland.


His other credits include Camera person 2009:  a short documentary film, Paradise Lost. The film raised concerns on the effects of European Union(EU) regulations on the  Irish working class who depend on the  fishing Industry. Camera person 2009 is a short documentary film (Zorro of the Liffey). The film is about an artist who recycles materials from the Liffey River in Dublin and creates art out of it. 


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