African Cinemas: Rwanda Special, July 22nd, 24th & 29th @ Goethe-Institut

July 21, 2008 at 10:16 am 1 comment

In Rwanda, there are no movie theatres. Nonetheless, there is a small but lively film industry, which is sustained by creative film makers.
The following screenings of movies from Rwanda will take place at the all filmshows at Goethe-Institut Library Lounge, July 22nd, 24th and 29th, from 6pm, free entrance.

July 22nd
“100 Days”
A Story of Love and Brutality set in the midst of
an Event the World is still trying to come to terms with
the Genocide in Rwanda
(96 min)
Produced by Eric Kabera and Nick Hughes

July 24th
Rwanda Women – Celebrating Achievements
Gender, Nation Building & The Role of Parliament
(15 min)
Director/Producer: Eric Kabera

Keepers of Memory –
Survivors Accounts of the Rwandan Genocide
A powerful Testament to the Pain that is the Legacy
of the Rwandan Genocide
(52 min)
Director/Producer: Eric Kabera

July 29th
Hillywood Films – Sharing Stories

Scars of my Days
(30 min)
by Gilbert Ndahayo and Omar M. Sibomana

Behind these Walls
(5 min)
by Pierre Kayitana

A Love Letter to my Country
(35 min)
by Thierry Dushimirimana

Graduation Day
(25 min)
by Ayuup Kasasa Mago

In co-operation with Rwanda Cinema Center

Entry filed under: movies.

TURBOCHiLL: Groove Giants, July 26th @ Alfa Jiri Japanese Movie: Haunted School IV, July 25th @ Japan Information and Culture Centre

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