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Entries in Rwanda (4)
How does a country distance itself up from the horrors of the past? In post-genocide Rwanda, this has proven to be a tall task. Yet, great strides have been made in the country's economic recovery since the '94 genocide. Pioneering Rwandan theater director Kiki Katese believes though that, "people are not like roads and buildings." 'Sweet Dreams' shows us the truth in her sentiment by following the story of Rwanda's first women-only drumming troupe as they empowerer themselves through a new and foreign venture - the creation of the country's first ever Ice Cream shop.
Rwanda may conjure up many images in your mind, but likely few about a film fesitval that has been taking place there for the past five years. Yes, Film Festival Rwanda in a nation with no official film schools and where less than 1% of the population has a TV. This documentary captures the magic of this annual event, where the filming of local Rwandan films often takes place in remote areas of the country, in stadiums where thousands were killed in the genocide. This is the new Rwanda. "Finding Hillywood" is in post-production and film to be released in 2013.
18 years ago, Rwanda was burning. It burned on the news, and burned into the history books the genocide of more than 800,000 people mass murdered. This video tells the story of the healing beyond the aftermath, and ultimately charity:water's program to raise $1.7 million for clean water in connection local Rwandan partner Water for the People's goal: Clean water for all Rwandans forever. Watch.