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Rwandan Genocide

Atlantic Film Festival Opens With Shake Hands With The Devil

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The powerfully moving Shake Hands With The Devil, a dramatization from Halifax-based Oscar®-winning producer Michael Donovan, and multi-award-winning producer Laszlo Barna, will open this year’s 27th Atlantic Film Festival at the NBC Universal Canada’s Opening Night Gala screening on Thursday, September 13, 2007. Based on Canadian Lieutenant-General Romeo Dallaire’s award-winning book, Shake Hands With The Devil tells the story of Dallaire’s posting in Rwanda and his mounting horror and...

Bermuda International Film Festival wrapped with awards

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The 10th edition of the Bermuda International Film Festival came to a smashing close last evening at its legendary Wrap Party at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess Hotel. Winners were announced for both juried and audience awards. The French Canadian film A SUNDAY IN KINGALI, by director Robert Favreau, won the Bacardi Limited Audience Choice Award. This emotional and highly effective drama of love, loss and regret as experienced in the tragic love story between a Canadian journalist and a local Rwa...

Winners At The 10th Bermuda International Film Festival

    Monday, March 26------The 10th edition of the Bermuda International Film Festival came to a smashing close on Saturday night with its legendary Wrap Party at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess Hotel. Winners were announced for both juried and audience awards. The French Canadian film A SUNDAY IN KINGALI, by director Robert Favreau, won the Bacardi Limited Audience Choice Award. This emotional and highly effective drama of love, loss and regret as experienced by a French Canadian journalist ...

International Human Rights Film Festival Awards

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The 4th International Human Rights Film Festival ended last night with the awards ceremony. Thest1st 1st Prize in the Creative Documentary section was awarded to Peter Raymont’s film Shake Hands with the Devil (Canada 2004), which follows the footsteps of general Roméo Dallaire, head of the UN peace mission during the Rwandan genocide in 1994. His vain attempts to alert the international community went unheard. In 2003, he released his memoirs in a book of the same title. This is the story in...

International Human Rights Film Festival

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The 4th International Human Rights Film Festival ended last night with the awards ceremony. Thest1st 1st Prize in the Creative Documentary section was awarded to Peter Raymont’s film Shake Hands with the Devil (Canada 2004), which follows the footsteps of general Roméo Dallaire, head of the UN peace mission during the Rwandan genocide in 1994. His vain attempts to alert the international community went unheard. In 2003, he released his memoirs in a book of the same title. This is the story i...

Reaping the bonus harvest on Getaway dayin Berlin

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REAPING THE BONUS HARVEST ON "GETAWAY DAY" IN BERLINAlthough the festival officially ended on Saturday with the distribution of the Golden and Silver Bear awards, the real "getaway day" was Sunday, with a full schedule of repeat screenings at all festival venues for the benefit of fans and professionals who were unable to get around to all the films they needed to see in the hectic ten days preceding. Without the distraction of press conferences, cocktail receptions and other side-bar events to...

Shooting Dogs, film about the Rwandan genocide premieres in Rwanda

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MICHAEL CATON-JONES "SHOOTING DOGS"TO HAVE RWANDAN PREMIERE Rwanda's Minister of Culture, Joseph Habineza, has welcomed the news that Michael Caton-Jones' "Shooting Dogs", the feature film about the Rwandan genocide, will have its premiere in Rwanda's main stadium in front of a vast audience of local people later this spring.Directed by Michael Caton-Jones and starring John Hurt and Hugh Dancy, this powerful and compelling film is the latest to have been made about events that occurred in 1994 w...

Hotel Rwanda director's view on the film

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When the world closed its eyes,he opened his arms…Berlin Festival out of competitionA film by TERRY GEORGE starring DON CHEADLE, SOPHIE OKONEDO, JOAQUIN PHOENIX, DESMOND DUBE, DAVID O'HARA, CARA SEYMOUR, FANA MOKOENA, HAKEEM KAE-KAZIM, TONY KGOROGE, MOSA KAISER, MATHABO PIETERSON, OFENTSE MODISELLE and NICK NOLTETen years ago, as the country of Rwanda descended into madness, one man made a promise to protect the family he loved – and ended up finding the courage to save over 1200 people. Ho...
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