What We Do

What We Do

Nhill Films is a Kampala based multimedia production agency with special interest and experience in documentary production, creative filming, photography, features reporting and content management.

We have mastered the art of communication and documentary production. With a lot of craft, we research, write, film, edit and produce video documentaries with vision, professionalism, clarity, and creativity. At each step of the way, we make sure the communication of ideas is key.

Our team, composed of professional journalists, television producers, graphics designers, cameramen, and commentators, has a sound understanding of professional communication, information packaging, and audience engagement.

With accurate documentation, paramount quality, and artistic presentation, we visualize your image to help you deliver it to a higher pass-along audience.

Content management has become a fast way to tailor and deliver information to a growing audience while creating new communities of people with shared goals and interests.

A professional utilization of these techniques has revealed great potential as a medium for communication, education, information storage and dissemination.

Nhill Films website hosts articles, pictorials, and videos, with the ability to instantly share all the uploaded content on all the social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Google+.

The home website and its social media links are intended to make us reach a wider audience. www.nhillfilms.com is not only educative and informative but engaging, inspirational.

Code of Ethics

Being a globally oriented media service, we adopted the following code of ethics in pursuance of the vision and mission of Nhill Films:

  1. Adhere to the journalistic values of honesty, courage, fairness, balance, independence, credibility and diversity, giving no priority to commercial or political considerations over professional ones.
  2. Endeavour to get to the truth and declare it in our dispatches, editions and special reports unequivocally in a manner which leaves no doubt about its validity and accuracy.
  3. Treat our audiences with due respect and address every issue or story with due attention to present a clear, factual and accurate picture while giving full consideration to the feelings of victims of crime, war, persecution and disaster, their relatives and our readers, and to individual privacy and public decorum.
  4. Welcome fair and honest media competition without allowing it to affect adversely our standards of performance so that getting a "scoop" will not become an end in itself.
  5. Present diverse points of view and opinions without bias or partiality.
  6. Recognise diversity in human societies with all their races, cultures and beliefs and their values and intrinsic individualities in order to present an unbiased and faithful reflection of them.
  7. Acknowledge a mistake when it occurs, promptly correct it and ensure it does not recur.
  8. Observe transparency in dealing with news and news sources while adhering to internationally established practices concerning the rights of these sources.
  9. Distinguish between news material, opinion, and analysis to avoid the pitfalls of speculation and propaganda.
  10. Stand by colleagues in the profession and offer them support when required, particularly in light of the acts of aggression and harassment to which journalists are subjected at times. Cooperate with Ugandan and international journalistic unions and associations to defend freedom of the press.

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