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Rwanda: The Hills Speak Out

DIR: Bernard Bellefroid
2005 / Belgium / 49 min

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Years after the genocide, the film depicts a rwandese society still fighting this ideology, observing survivors and assassins, face to face in citizen trials : Children murderer, Obede’s quest for forgiveness is a cynical attempt to freedom ; Gahutu, guiltess, still calls «serpents» those he exterminated. François, was forced to slaughter his brother to himself survive.

About

Director Bernard Bellefroid
Screenplay
Dir. of Photography Gil Decamp
Editing Yannick Leroy
Music
Sound Quentin Jacques
Duration 49 min
Year 2005
Country Belgium
Colour Colour
Tags Africa, crime, law, memory, political, society
Production
Distribution
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Awards

Prix «Regard du monde ...

Prix «Regard du monde sur l’Afrique et les pays créoles» au festival Vues d’Afrique de Montréal (Avril 2006), ex æquo | Best European Documentary Award au Huesca International Film Festival (du 8 au 17 juin 2006) | Prix de la Scam, section nationale, Docville | Bayard d’Or for Best Documentary at the Festival International du film de Namur | Peace Film Award at the Unabhängiges Filmfest Osnabrück



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