Private Project

The Haunting Deed

When a plastic bottle hunts a young boy who dumped it in the Lake he goes on a quest to find the exact bottle and takes action in the plastic shore waste management but realizes it is not enough.

  • Jjemba Enock Timothy
    Dons Enock, True Future
  • JJemba Enock Timothy
    Dons Enock, Ghetto Fist
  • Muwonge Dan
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Runtime:
    1 minute 32 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 11, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    60 USD
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  • Student Project:
    Yes - Kampala Film School
Director Biography - Jjemba Enock Timothy

Jjemba Enock Timothy is a director, writer, and editor pursuing a bachelor's degree in film at Kampala Film School where he hopes that his experience in the field will be strengthened.

He has been privileged to have been able to create some of the best documentaries and films with his production house Dominus Films. Some of his work has been screened and nominated at accredited film festivals such as the Uganda film festival, AFRIFF, and PIFF in 2021. He has been able to win notable prizes and also be selected to take part in the Durban Film Mart 2022 as well as Dw Akademia film development program of 2022. He was the winner of the best student film at the Uganda film festival in 2022 and nominated for the student World Impact Film Festival in 2022. Telling stories he lives is his new blood as he sharpens his skills so that stories are not only watched but felt.

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Director Statement

One of the most significant challenges here in Uganda is waste management mostly along Lake Victoria one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world. Growing up along its shores I have seen the climate and pollution gradually become worse and the film is my only voice to speak about it.

Haunting Deed is a film shot on a smartphone to raise awareness among the young generation on how to manage waste by not dumping plastic bottles in this precious waterbody, a growing habit in my community.