Arnold AGANZE is a multi-award-winning writer and film director, born in Nyangezi, a small village in the East of the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1986. Raised between fields of maize and fields of war, he went on to start his university in political sciences, which he dropped, before leaving for Kampala on a quest for an unknown dream. In 2013, in Kampala he joined “Maisha Film Lab” where he directed his first short film, Rastasophical Mood, an introspective essay on an alternative community in Kampala. He continued to write relentlessly, his past fuelling his ideas and his work playing into his passion for contemporary affairs and social relations. In 2015, after several scripts that were too costly to produce, and no serious producers around him, he brought together his close network of fellow filmmakers and they went on to shoot N.G.O: Nothing Going On.