The organizational structure of SOME FINE DAY Pix is composed of the Operational Team and the Advisory Board.
These two groups work closely together to ensure that the project is implemented in an organized, well thought-out manner and produces outputs of the highest quality.
The function of the members of the Advisory Board shall be to advise and make non-binding recommendations to the Operational Team of SOME FINE DAY Pix with respect to matters within the areas of their experience and expertise.
Joining the TV industry as a Production Intern in early 1997, Caroline has honed her skills working on over 100 local and international TV and audio productions as Production Manager, Series Producer, Producer, Line producer and Co-Director. Caroline is very passionate about mentorship and the production of African content.
In October 2019 she joined Hiventy Africa in the position of Executive Vice President – Africa. Hiventy Africa is a subsidiary of the Hiventy Group which offers a full range of high-end technical solutions within the following fields: video editing, sound, mixing, mastering, authoring, subtitling, dubbing, media processing,assets storage, content delivery and restoration. Hiventy Africa has facilities in Nairobi and Lagos and the Group, headquartered in Paris, France also has offices in Poland, Vietnam and Singapore.
She serves also a Member of Advisory Board – Docubox Film Fund (Kenya), Secretary – Poverty Eradication Network (PEN Kenya), is a co-founder of the Producers Guild of Kenya, Member of the Kenya Film & TV Professional Association and a former Committee Member and Secretary of the Kenya Oscars Selection Committee
Based in Nairobi Kenya, Ginger Wilson is producer and company director of Ginger Ink Films Africa. Ginger Ink has been producing across the African continent for 20 years.
Gingers portfolio includes eight feature films, two documentary features, and a flock of short films. Three of the features, Nairobi Half Life, Kati Kati, and Supa Modo, were Kenya’s first three entries into the Oscars. The slate has won numerous awards from the Berlinale to the AFI, to an Academy nomination, to Best Film at the EFCA. Fishing Without Nets, a Somali pirate film told from the perspective of the pirates, was the winner Best Director at Sundance Film Festival.
Ginger puts the creative first, staying within parameters of budgets that are either embarrassingly large or embarrassingly small, and are in constant need of adapting to a challenging production environment.
Her body of work is evidence that creative international partnerships can produce high quality African content that engages with a worldwide audience.
Ginger has two high end TV series in development, the scope of which do not have precedent in the region. She says that now is a tipping point for this scale of content, as producers around the world face the demand for international stories that cross cultures and resonate with how we got here, and who we all are, right now.
After his master’s degree in applied cultural studies at the University of Lüneburg in 2005, Henning completed the L’Atelier Masterclass at Filmakademie Ludwigsburg and La Fémis Paris in 2006/2007.
In 2007 he co-founded DETAiLFILM, with a focus on international (co-) productions. The films were shown at the Berlinale, Sundance, Karlovy Vary, Locarno, SXSW and in museums such as MoMA / New York, winning numerous jury and audience awards.
At the beginning of 2015 DETAiLFILM co-founded Zentropa Hamburg GmbH with the Danish powerhouse Zentropa.
Henning has been running REAL FILM Berlin GmbH since December 2016, as well as Friday Film GmbH since 2019.
He is an Inside Pictures and EAVE alumni, was Germany’s Producer on the Move in 2014 and one of Variety’s 10 Producers to watch in 2017.
In 2020 Henning was nominated for a primetime EMMY and a Golden Globe with the Netflix mini series UNORTHODOX.
Justin Wachira is a Kenyan videographer and film editor. After his training in Journalism, he has worked with various production companies and directors and has awarded experience in various film and TV formats.
His editing credits include Something Necessary (2013), Simiyu Samurai (2014), Scarred; The Anatomy of a Massacre (2014), From Here to Timbuktu (2013), and I am Samuel (2020).
Passionate about African storytelling, he has taught at the Africa Digital Media Institute (ADMI), conducted editing masterclasses in Zambia, Senegal and Kenya, and has spoken severally on postproduction at the Kalasha International Film and TV Market.
Martin Desmond Roe
Martin is an Oscar and Emmy Award winning director, producer, and founder of the creative studio, Dirty Robber.
In 2020, Martin co-directed TWO DISTANT STRANGERS, which centers around a black man stuck in a time loop where he is repeatedly killed by police. The film was created as a response to the social uprising that occured following the murder of George Floyd. The film received critical acclaim and garnered the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film.
Recently, Martin served as executive producer and director on two original Netflix documentary series for Netflix – WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS, which was nominated for two Sports Emmys and for which Roe also served as showrunner, and HEIST, which premiered in the top 10 on Netflix worldwide.
Martin has worked extensively with Nike, directing over 50 commercials across some of their biggest campaigns, including BREAKING2, a feature documentary in partnership with National Geographic, which cleaned up nearly every possible advertisement award including Cannes Gold Lions, AdAge and certified Dirty Robber as an innovator in branded content in 2012.
In 2013, Roe was nominated for an Academy Award for his work on BUZKASHI BOYS, a short film shot in Kabul, Afghanistan. He executive produced the Facebook Watch series, TOM VS TIME, which won the Emmy for Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary, and solidified Roe’s NOT GOT. Other shows he executive produced include WHY WE FIGHT and SHUT UP AND DRIBBLE, which were nominated for Emmy and NAACP awards, respectively. In 2012, he had the honor to work with Kobe Bryant on his intimate documentary, MUSE for Showtime.
As a teenager, Martin lived in Uganda and fell in love with telling stories from the developing and underrepresented parts of the world. He has carried that sentiment well into his career, bringing one of the first major productions in the country’s history to Ertitrea and is currently in development on a scripted feature with the Hadza, a hunter-gatherer tribe living in remote Tanzania.
He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, and one-eyed dog, Wellington.
Dr. Paula Laurel Jackson is an educational scientist and has worked for the last fifteen years in educational innovation after an early career as a concert pianist. Her work has taken her around the world conducting research, advising and and consulting with governments and institutions such as the Worldbank and the Varkey Foundation. She has also created educational concepts and assisted in creating schools throughout Africa and Europe.
In 2013, she founded the Edtech startup Kiddify; an Audio-visual skills platform for kids. Since 2017, she consults and advises social ventures, Edtech startups and writes books for young children and youth that inspire curiosity about the world.