Announcing the Solutions Storytelling Project: Latin America filmmakers!

Franklyne Mudulia

Filmmaker, Sakcessive Films/EAUR
Nairobi, Nairobi KE
Available for Freelance
Open To Mentoring
Open To Virtual Coffee
I am passionate about exploring cinematography, lighting and editing to put pieces together in an artistic manner that entertains and easily conveys the intended message.


Frank is a passionate Filmmaker and instructor with interests in using film to educate and impact change in the society. He has worked extensively as a Cinematographer, Photographer, and Video Editor with several creatives and filmmakers in Kenya and Rwanda. Frank is a Solutions Storytelling Project (SSP) season 2 fellow by The Video Consortium. Together with Laissa Malih, he filmed "Data-Driven Healthcare" (2023) under SSP for Living Goods. He edited another film in the program (SSP), "Our Land, Our Life" (2023) for Rights and Resources Initiative. He filmed as a Cinematographer and Video Editor "The River of Brown Waters" (2020), supported by DOCUBOX EADFF, an official selection documentary at Film Africa Festival, under Director Laissa Malih. He has worked on yet another short documentary film together with Laissa Malih titled "THE RETURN" yet to premiere in 2024 by Nia Tero. He has shot and edited several documentaries for IMPACT Trust Kenya, Nomad Footprints Films, Namati, International Indigenous Women's Forum (FIMI), and Africa Fire Mission during their annual symposium and trainings in Kenya.

Featured Work


The ‘RIVER OF BROWN WATERS’ is a story of a river called Ewaso Ng’iro in Northern Kenya crosscutting through the pastoralist counties of Laikipia, Samburu, Isiolo and Marsabit. It is a lifeline to a huge number of pastoralists, their livelihood, and the ecosystem. Being a source of life, its life is also facing threats. It is known as one of the permanent rivers in Kenya, now it is seasonal and flowing at the mercy of rains whose patterns are also changing. If no action is taken, one day we will wake up to a dry riverbed and give history of once a mighty river that existed. The documentary tells the river’s life through generations who tell about its history through voices of heritage among pastoralists, its importance and the threats it is facing.

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Saving Lives at Scale through Data-Driven Healthcare

In this short documentary, see how Living Goods saves lives at scale by working hand-in-hand with the government to build strong community health systems. Since 2007, the organization has supported digitally equipped community health workers (CHWs) to deliver care on call to their neighbors in need. Living Goods focuses on reaching populations who face the greatest barriers to high-quality healthcare, especially children under five years old and pregnant people in resource-constrained communities. In 2022, LG supported 12,000 CHWs in Kenya, Uganda, and Burkina Faso to deliver an integrated package of health interventions to 6.7 million people. This film is a product of the Solutions Storytelling Project, a Skoll Foundation-supported initiative from the Video Consortium that connects filmmakers and social innovators to produce solutions-focused short documentaries that catalyze positive change.

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