The faces behind the movie Kaz

29 March 2022
Keep reading to know more on the magic behind one of Maisha Magic Movies faves - Kaz.
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In order to save the life of her sister, a vlogger, Kaz, must uncover the identity of a cyberstalker as he exposes her secrets to her growing online community.


Kaz, a vlogger with a growing online community, is back home from a date that ended in heartbreak. To keep her spirits up, she does a live stream on her channel where she regularly shares tips on makeup, fashion and beauty.  During the stream, Kaz gets a message from a man calling himself “Viewer.” He claims to be outside her sister’s house and will break-in and murder her if Kaz doesn’t do as he tells her. As Kaz tries to figure out Viewer’s identity, she’s forced to answer questions about her past and unveil personal secrets. Soon, it is a race against time for Kaz and the authorities to stop the cyberstalker.



Kaz has a girl next door look, but that is often covered in layers of makeup whenever she does her videos. But her real-life persona is very different from the one she has conjured online. Most of the time, she is lonely and insecure about her own skin and suffers periods of social anxiety. The titular character is played by Sharon Mwangi, an actress and content creator. She has been on Sue na Johnnie, Mafundi and Njoro wa Uba.


Viewer is an obsessed online stalker hiding behind a mask seeking revenge.

Charlie Kimilu | Producer

Cinephile and founder of Project Studio Creations, Charlie has more than a decade's track record producing video content for a variety of industries. 

He trained at SuperSport Kenya and has worked for brands such as Coke Studio (S04), AMREF Health Africa, Mookh and TEDx among others. More recently, Charlie led the Kenyan unit for an upcoming HBO documentary partially shot in Kenya.

Njue Kevin | Director

Njue Kevin is a Kenyan writer and director. He directed several award-winning short films, before making his feature film debut, 18 Hours which was nominated at the Africa Movie Academy Awards for Best First Feature Film by a Director

Njue is featured on the Top 40 under 40 list by Business Daily Africa and most notably the FORBES 30 under 30 (Creatives in Africa) 2019.

Let's meet them, shall we?