Commentary with the director, director of photography, and actress Cassandra Freeman
The Making of Kinyarwanda
Kinyarwanda Comes Home - Footage of the film's Rwandan debut
Poster and stills gallery
The Final Take: A Brief Memorandum of AD Steve Ntasi
SYNOPSIS During the Rwandan genocide in 1994, when neighbors killed neighbors and friends betrayed friends, some crossed lines of hatred to protect each other. As the country became a slaughterhouse, mosques became places of refuge where Muslims and Christians, Hutus and Tutsis came together to protect each other. Kinyarwanda interweaves six different tales that together form one grand narrative that provides the most complex and real depiction yet presented of human resilience and life during the genocide. With an amalgamation of characters, director Alrick Brown's moving film pays homage to many, using the voices of a few.