John Kizito runs away from home because his step mother was mistreating him. He finds solace at one of the fish landing sites of Ggaba, a Kampala suburb where he picks scarp for his living.
about the authors
Wilberforce Muzahura (writer, director) is an independent Ugandan film student, comedian and a social worker. He directed and co-produced Trash Cash soon after starting Kampala Film School; a film he believes has changed and challenged many souls. He makes stories that cause an impact on society and change people’s life for the better.
Daniel Ecwalu (editor, cameraman) is a Ugandan based photographer whose work combine to make a varied and creative body of work. Working with a number of social and environmentally themed organizations, Daniel has photographed a wide segment of African society. Apart from that, Daniel is also a film maker.
Uganda Film Festival 2014, Runner up Best Student Film Category; Mohamed Amin Africa Media Awards 2015, Nairobi, Kenya, Runner up Best Mobile Content Category; Africa International Film Festival 2015, Lagos, Nigeria, Best Student Film Category; Durban International Film Festival 2015, film screening