Wakaliwood is creating da best of da best movies
216

patrons

$805
per month
Wakaliwood is the nickname of Wakaliga, a tiny village in Uganda that has garnered an international reputation for making action movies. Founded by Nabwana IGG, a Ugandan filmmaker who has produced more than 40 feature films including Who Killed Captain Alex: Uganda's First Action Movie, Wakaliwood is a home for Kung Fu masters, stunt people, actors, technicians, and artists who have travelled from all parts of Uganda to work with IGG and bring you the best of the best movies.



When we released Who Killed Captain Alex for free via YouTube,
Torrent, and Bittorrent Bundle, fans from around the world asked how they can best support Wakaliwood and share in the fun of making our films.

Our hope is that together we can grow and continue to share the best of the best movies - from action and horror films to music videos, documentaries, and even our new silent film series, Supa Commandos of Film History. Thank you. 
Tiers
Pledge $2 or more per month
102 patrons
Access to weekly update posts on Patreon of what we’re currently working on. We’re always in the midst of several projects at once, whether it be shooting a new action film, building props, or rehearsing a crazy horror movie. You'll also be the first to hear about upcoming films and events.
Pledge $5 or more per month
107 patrons
Access to what's in the $2 donation, plus posts on Patreon of behind-the-scenes photos from whatever projects we're currently working on, as well as older photos we've never posted anywhere else. You will also receive screen credit as EXECUTIVE PRODUCER on Wakalwiood's upcoming film, TEBAATUSASULA: EBOLA. All you need to do is donate for one (1) month!
Pledge $15 or more per month
25 patrons
Access to what's in the $2 and $5 tiers (including Executive Producer credit), plus posts on Patreon of behind-the-scenes videos, outtake videos from our various projects both current and old, and from time to time we'll also post clips from our weird older films that have never been released elsewhere. You'll also be the first in the world to see selected clips, trailers, and films.
Goals
$450 – reached! per month
Basic expenses including electricity, internet, subscriptions to Lynda.com and Adobe Premiere, and meals for cast and crew
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Wakaliwood is the nickname of Wakaliga, a tiny village in Uganda that has garnered an international reputation for making action movies. Founded by Nabwana IGG, a Ugandan filmmaker who has produced more than 40 feature films including Who Killed Captain Alex: Uganda's First Action Movie, Wakaliwood is a home for Kung Fu masters, stunt people, actors, technicians, and artists who have travelled from all parts of Uganda to work with IGG and bring you the best of the best movies.



When we released Who Killed Captain Alex for free via YouTube,
Torrent, and Bittorrent Bundle, fans from around the world asked how they can best support Wakaliwood and share in the fun of making our films.

Our hope is that together we can grow and continue to share the best of the best movies - from action and horror films to music videos, documentaries, and even our new silent film series, Supa Commandos of Film History. Thank you. 

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Tiers
Pledge $2 or more per month
102 patrons
Access to weekly update posts on Patreon of what we’re currently working on. We’re always in the midst of several projects at once, whether it be shooting a new action film, building props, or rehearsing a crazy horror movie. You'll also be the first to hear about upcoming films and events.
Pledge $5 or more per month
107 patrons
Access to what's in the $2 donation, plus posts on Patreon of behind-the-scenes photos from whatever projects we're currently working on, as well as older photos we've never posted anywhere else. You will also receive screen credit as EXECUTIVE PRODUCER on Wakalwiood's upcoming film, TEBAATUSASULA: EBOLA. All you need to do is donate for one (1) month!
Pledge $15 or more per month
25 patrons
Access to what's in the $2 and $5 tiers (including Executive Producer credit), plus posts on Patreon of behind-the-scenes videos, outtake videos from our various projects both current and old, and from time to time we'll also post clips from our weird older films that have never been released elsewhere. You'll also be the first in the world to see selected clips, trailers, and films.