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    20 Years After Rwandan Genocide, Keep the Memory of the Victims Alive By Watching 'Kinyarwanda'

    Twenty years ago, one million Rwandans were killed in one of the worst genocides in recorded history. The sheer magnitude of the horrors committed are nearly impossible to fathom. How can you adequately pay tribute to the lives lost in one of mankind's worst transgressions?

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    Alrick Brown ('Kinyarwanda') Adapting J.M. Benjamin's 'My Manz and ‘Em' For His Next Film

    Alrick Brown (director of the award-winning Kinyarwanda, released by AFFRM last fall) is set to direct an adaptation of J.M. Benjamin's 2007 novel My Manz and ‘Em, with Jamie Hector (The Wire and other projects) set to star.

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    New On DVD: Alrick Brown-Directed Drama On Rwanada Genocide/Reconciliation "Kinyarwanda"

    Director Alrick Brown's 2011 film, Kinyarwanda, was, in my opinion, the best film of that year.  You can judge for yourself, now that the AFFRM-released drama is available for purchase on DVD.

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    SnagFilms Acquires Digital Rights to "Kinyarwanda"

    SnagFilms has acquired digital rights to "Kinyarwanda," winner of the World Cinema Audience Award at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. The film is nominated for three NAACP Image Awards, including Outstanding Independent Motion Picture, Outstanding Directing and Outstanding Writing for a Mo...

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    "Kinyarwanda" Shows the Good and Bad of Cinematic Therapy

    The Rwandan genocide is more than a backdrop for the ensemble drama "Kinyarwanda." It puts a face on the victims and their oppressors with an earnest desire to work though the country's demons -- if not attempting to expel them, then at least coming to terms with the human component on...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Kinyarwanda" Director Alrick Brown

    Fresh, insightful, and profoundly moving, "Kinyarwanda," the first dramatic feature film conceived and produced by Rwandans, is an extraordinary telling of the 1994 genocide that expands the common victim/perpetrator narrative to illuminate the complex fabric of life during the tragic event, and the...

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