The Nest Collective / Jim Chuchu

Let This Be A Warning, 2017

VR experience for Mobile VR


A group of Africans have left the Earth to create a colony on a distant planet. They respond with disquiet to the arrival of an uninvited guest.


Filmmakers note:

Let This Be A Warning was a response to the idea of 'black worlds', and how accessible they have always been to outside parties both in fiction and reality. In this piece, we posit a black world in which access is not a given.



An Electric South Production


Written and Produced: The Nest Collective

Directed by: Jim Chuchu

Production Manager: Njeri Gitungo

Director of Photography: Noel Kasyoka

Assistant Directors: George Gachara, Njoki Ngumi

Edited by: Jim Chuchu, Noel Kasyoka



Leader - Marriane Nungo

Sergeant - Jason Runo

Soldiers - Jesse Mutakiwa, David Mukabi, Daniel Masheti, Nelvin Chuma

Distant Figure - Ian Gichora



Jim Chuchu is a visual artist, filmmaker and musician from Nairobi, Kenya. He is also the co-founder and Creative Director at the NEST, a multidisciplinary art space in Nairobi. His first short film (Homecoming) was one of six short fiction films that formed the African Metropolis series and screened at TIFF, Rotterdam, Locarno and over 10 other festivals. Stories of Our Lives is his first feature film, created as part of the ten-member NEST Collective.


2017: "Let This Be A Warning", 360 VR

2016: "Tuko Macho", Web Series

2015: "To Catch A Dream", Short Fashion Film

2014: "Stories of Our Lives", Anthology Feature Film

2013: "Homecoming", Short Film as part of the African Metropolis project.

2013: "Dinka Translation" and "Urban Hunter", Short Fashion Films for Chico Leco

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