TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2017 | 12:15 PM

Traveling the streets of Kampala, one does not only face a chaotic and dangerous traffic environment. One also faces the struggles of going through endless queues, pollution, motorcyclists, and cars attacking you from every angle leading to whole energy-consuming dilemma.

Politicians seem to have given up but there are still a few people who strive to show that there are alternative ways of movements.

The urban planner Amanda Ngabirano's biggest dream is to have a cycling lane in her city. Most people would say that it’s an impossible task but not according to Amanda

Film Information

Year: 2016
Length: 15 min
Language: English

Curriculum Connection

Social 10

UN Goal


Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts

Cast & Credits

Director: Elsa Löwdin, Veronica Pålsson, Emilia Stålhammar
Producer: Environmental Justice Foundation



Winner – Best Documentary Goldene Kúrbel, International Cycling Film Festival, Germany, 2016

Winner – Audience Award, International Cycling Film Festival, Poland, 2016

Winner – Best Short Film Africa / Middle East Cinema 2nd quarter, Nüren Film Festival, Singapore, 2017

Winner – Best Short Film, Bike Shorts Film Festival, USA, 2017

Winner – Audience Award, Bike Shorts Film Festival, USA, 2017

Winner – Prize of the Media Partner for Inspiring Message, Ekotop, Slovakia, 2017