It's director, Wanuri Kahiu, says she's prepared to take the petition to the Supreme Court if necessary.
A screening ban on the award-winning Kenyan film, Rafiki, has been upheld in the country.
The High Court of Kenya ruled that the ban by the Kenya Film Classification Board on the 2018 film, "does not in any way violate Artistic Freedom of Expression, but instead protect the society from moral decay." Adding that the filmmaker Wanuri Kahiu had failed to prove that ban placed a limitation on her freedom of expression in her petition.
The movie, which centers a young lesbian couple in Nairobi, was considered controversial in the country where gay sex is considered a criminal offense.