‘Shaina’ and ‘Inside Story’ come to Netflix

Huge news! ‘Shaina’ and ‘Inside Story’ – our feature films – have made their debut on the global stage of Netflix. This means that our impactful stories are now accessible to millions of viewers spanning over 190 countries – including you!

Both films have sparked profound changes among individuals and communities and are a testament to the power of storytelling. And now they’re showing to the whole world!

The feedback from our audiences has been nothing short of extraordinary:

We’re thrilled to see the impact our stories are making and the connections they’re forging with viewers around the world. This enthusiasm fuels our commitment to continue crafting narratives that provoke thought, encourage dialogue, and, most importantly, instigate positive change.

See what all the fuss is about below:

Shine is a teenager in Zimbabwe who has a knack for making something out of nothing and could have a promising future as an engineer, except for the fact that she doesn’t believe in herself. When she and her best friends Faro, Stella and Busi are faced with a host of grown-up problems – loss of loved ones, overdue exam fees and the curse of “blessers” – they come close to giving up. Will Shine and her friends be able to overcome their circumstances or will they admit defeat in the face of adversity? Their story is one of friendship, of creating a new family from the people who love you, and of the very real power to be found in girls supporting girls. ‘Shaina’ is designed to decrease gender-based violence by encouraging peer support among girls and demonstrating positive masculinity.



Inside Story tells the story of Kalu (Kevin Ndege Mamboleo), a rising Kenyan footballer, who moves from rural Kenya to urban Johannesburg to follow his dream and support his family. His path becomes more challenging when he falls in love with the coach’s daughter, Ify (Kendra Etufunwa), and subsequently finds out he is HIV+. Kalu goes through an emotional journey as he comes to terms with his diagnosis, encountering social and financial challenges along the way. Using state-of-the-art animation, Inside Story explores the dynamic inner world of the human body, revealing the unseen world of HIV. Animated sequences showing the HIV virus traveling through the human body at different stages of the infection are interwoven with Kalu’s story. This story of love, football and HIV is now the most watched film in Africa ever.


Here’s your call to action: Watch, engage, and give us those two thumbs up! Your support plays a crucial role in boosting our visibility on the platform, ensuring that our narratives reach even more individuals globally. The Netflix algorithm thrives on audience interaction, so let’s make our content resonate far and wide.

Thank you for watching.