Henry Ngonzi

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Feb 11, 2013
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Henry Ngonzi

Henry Ngonzi is a dynamic, out-spoken gentleman with a never-give-up attitude. He so happens to be among the brains behind  Media256, a film and production company in Uganda. We were honoured to have him on The One Question Network.

Henry Ngonzi

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What does Media256 do?
We are a film and television production company. That basically means documentaries, TV commercials and Weddings.

Why the name Media256?
Uganda’s country code, “256”.

What first got you interested in the film industry?
Its more a question of who. Isaac, my business partner, who is a super CEO and arguably Uganda’s best story teller at the moment, with an experience of working in the film industry in over seven African countries.

What are some of your favorite films? Foreign films? Television shows?
‘Hugo’ for its unbelievable cinematography and difficulty in getting some of those shots, ‘Inception’ and ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ for captivating storylines.

What advice do you have for anyone interested in trying to succeed in your city?
Never, ever, ever give up. Be bold and push on. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.

Where do you hope to see Media256 in ten years?
Ten years is a long time. A lot can change in that time. I can tell you about the next 2 years. Maybe doing a few TV shows. Who knows. thankfully, we almost have all the parts to form the right team in place to know that wherever there is, we shall get there.

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