A group of four tourism enthusiasts have launched a documentary about the unique wild secrets that Uganda, also known as the Pearl of Africa enjoys.
Praised as “an excellent documentary about Uganda’s unique wild places”, the heartrending documentary dubbed “The Best Job Ever, weaves together the stirring true story of four youthful Ugandan men on a 14 wild days’ and 4000 kilometre discovery odyssey through the wild around the country.
The 1:12:27 long documentary film captured during the Coronavirus lockdown depicts compelling, partly humorous, extremely wild and carefully human story from the people, the lands and wilds of Uganda.
“As one who loves the bush, I have never felt Uganda as alive as I did on the two-wild weeks trip and all I can say is that the Pearl of Africa misses and cannot wait to have people back on the road again,” said Jonathan Benaiah, the documentary’s Executive Producer.
For Brian Ahereza, the director of photography, it was a worthwhile trip and subsequent documentary that depicts Uganda as the true Pearl of Africa.
“There was a lot of new awesomeness out there,” he says.
Brian.O Jonathan, an aerial photographer who joined the 14- day road trip attests to Uganda’s stunning beauty as seen from above.
“The documentary will be distributed through several media outlets both local and international and played at a number of movie nights with an aim of creating hope for both tourists and tourism industry players,” says Charles Mwesigwa, the documentary’s director of casting.