Fiche Film
LONG Métrage | 2016
ONG (organisation non gérable) / NGO (Nothing Going On)
Pays concerné : Ouganda
Durée : 82 minutes
Genre : comédie
Type : fiction


Tevo et Zizuke ont fini leurs études universitaires en sciences sociales. Zizuke travaille comme serveur dans un bar tandis que Tevo poursuit son rêve de devenir photographe. Dans le bar Zizuke, Tevo rencontre Elizabeth une touriste américaine. Ensemble, ils montent une manigance et se lancent dans un projet.

Prix et Sélections festivals :
Les Journées Cinématographiques de Carthage (Tunisie)
Uganda Film Festival
Cameroon international African film festival
Mashariki African Film Festival (Rwanda)
Sélection Officielle Fespaco 2017 (Burkina Faso)
Festival International du Cinema et de l’Audiovisuel du 
Helsinki African Film Festival 

Cinemas d’Afrique d’Angers (France)

«  Papillon d’Argent  » (prix du public) du 13e Cinémondes, festival international du film indépendant de Berck-sur-Mer (France)


NGO (Nothing Going On)
Best friends Tevo (Richie Tevin) and Zizuke (Arnold Aganze) have just finished their university course in social sciences. Zizuke has a job as a waiter at a local bar, The Pearl (a bar on Jinja Main Street), and Tevo is pursuing his passion for photography.

After being given a camera by Martha (Diane Vuletich), his new muzungu girlfriend, Tevo starts to look for ways he can make money from his work. And a chance meeting with Elizabeth (Poppy Spowage), a tourist who has come to see Gorillas in Uganda, provides him with just the answer. Tevo’s photography swiftly becomes a pictorial N.G.O project that supports women and girls education in Masese a slum in Jinja.

Zizuke joins him on his mission to set up a legitimate NGO but they quickly face some very real obstacles. In desperation, the boys call on successful NGO owner Mr. Heineken (Prince Okuyu), who soon becomes their mentor and shares his wisdom with them.

The plan works and the funding comes through – giving them the care-free party lifestyle and fancy clothes they’d been craving. They quickly forget about the people of the Masese slum.

The story soon turns around when they find out that Anthony (David Cecil), a filmmaker/minister, is being sent to Uganda on behalf of their American donors to document the impact of the NGO on the lives of women and children of the Masese slum. Despite their best efforts to construct’stories of change’ and cover up their lies, they soon realize Anthony is just like them.

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