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Michael Boyd is a peripheral member of the Angama Mara family. Mike has worked at various film festivals, including Telluride and Sundance, and in the acquisitions department at Dogwoof Pictures. He is the former director of the Cambridge African Film Festival and Communications Manager for Take One, the official review publication for the Cambridge Film Festival, where he worked for seven years before returning home to Africa to teach high school English at Lebone II. Most recently, Mike has assisted the Angama Mara team in curating our DVD library of over 100 African films – from hard hitting African documentaries to The Lion King and everything in between.
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In Memory of Those Loved and Lost 19 November 2019 One of our regular contributors, Mike Boyd, shares his experience of his visit to the Kigali Genocide Memorial, a place of remembrance, learning and hope By Michael Boyd
Atticus, Angama’s Agama 23 July 2019 Never has so tiny a creature given safari guests so much delight. We named him after Atticus Finch, the brave hero of one of our best loved novels, To Kill a Mockingbird. And anyway, it fits so well with agama, don’t you agree? Mike’s lovely words and Adam’s delightful images and video (not to be missed under any circumstances) will bring joy to your day By Michael Boyd
The Green City in the Sun 17 October 2017 From moments with the late Ernest Hemmingway, Queen Elizabeth and Charles Henry Ryall to exploring the city’s tallest buildings and famous hotels, we explore the history, the people and the sites of urban Nairobi By Michael Boyd
Remember To Look Back 7 March 2017 Mike promised to take our readers up Mt Kenya and this delightful account of his mountain adventure will leave you longing for thin air and those big views... By Michael Boyd
Cows in the Clouds and Other Tales 10 January 2017 Not only do clouds cover Mount Kenya... many legends of Kenya's highest mountain do too... By Michael Boyd
Behind the Closed Doors of Segera’s Explorer Lounge 14 April 2016 Mike Boyd steps into a past of snug leather sofas, old libraries and worn leather, as he explores the Explorer Lounge at Segera Retreat By Michael Boyd
Musings on African Film … Part Three 15 April 2015 [Caption for main image: Mama Africa, Miriam Makeba, singing in Come Back, Africa (1959)] One of the oldest of the continent’s cinemas is that of South Africa. Some of the earliest films were exhibited there in the early 1900s, and the first studios built in Johannesburg in 1915. One of the main attractions is the... By Michael Boyd
Musings on African Film … Part Two 8 April 2015 [Caption for main image: Ishaya Bako, award winning Nigerian filmmaker of Braids on a Bald Head] Of all the film industries currently operating in Africa, there are three countries that stand out in particular. Firstly, who hasn’t heard of Nollywood and seen Nollywood films for sale at markets all over the continent? You have, even... By Michael Boyd
Musings on African Film … Part One 1 April 2015 Mike Boyd is a film fundi and assisted the Angama Mara team in curating our DVD library of over 100 African films, in this three part series he shares some of his favourite films created on African soil By Michael Boyd
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