With “Birds Are Singing in Kigali," Polish directors Joanna Kos-Krauze and Krzysztof Krauze not only draw parallels between the horrors of war in Rwanda and Poland, but also explore the often violent…
Living in Rwanda, Basque-born Gorka Gamarra broke through with docu-feature "Umurage," bearing witness to its reconciliation process after the Tutsi massacres in 1994. He has now turned his…
Shot over the course of six years, the stirring "Rising From Ashes" charts the growth of the Rwanda national cycling team from inception to the Olympics, a success story badly needed by a nation…
Rwanda's first private TV stations are set to launch amid a promising liberalization of the airwaves in this east African nation.
More than five years after American helmer Lee Isaac Chung arrived in Rwanda to lens his debut feature, the seeds he planted among local filmmakers have begun to sprout.
The Rwandan government has set up an independent film commission to bring structure to the country's growing film industry.
In a country whose cinematic culture is hardly a decade old, Rwanda's burgeoning film industry has slowly found its place on the international festival circuit.
Another year, another Rwanda movie: This time it's "Shake Hands With the Devil," director Roger Spottiswoode's dramatization of United Nations Lt. Gen. Romeo Dallaire's eyewitness account of the 1994…
In the program for the L.A. premiere production of "I Have Before Me a Remarkable Document Given to Me by a Young Lady From Rwanda," playwright Sonja Linden defends the length of the play's title by…
Entertainment Film Distributors has picked up U.K. rights to Terry George's triple Oscar-nominated pic "Hotel Rwanda."