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35e 16 > 25.07.2021

100 Days

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This is the first feature film to deal with the genocide of 1994, and the first from Rwanda itself. The idea for 100 Days came about in 1997 during a meeting between Eric Kabera, then a journalist, and Nick Hughes, the British documentary maker. As the story of a young Tutsi girl who survived the atrocities unfolds, France and some members of the clergy do not emerge as heroes, nor does the UN emerge unscathed.

Filime ya mbere y’ibitarabayeho ivuga kuri genoside yo muri 1994, Iminsi 100 ni nayo filime ya mbere y’ibitarabayeho yakorewe mu Rwanda. Yakomotse ku kiganiro Eric Kabera wari umunyamakuru yagiranye mu mwaka w’i 1997 na Nick Hugues ukomoka mu Bwongereza, kandi asanzwe akora filime. Haravugwamo ubuzima bw’umwana w’Umututsikazi, hagatungwa agatoki ONU, Ubufaransa na bamwe mu bihaye Imana.

  • fiction
  • United Kingdom, Rwanda
  • 2001 | 99 min. | Colour
  • Language : English
  • Subtitles : French
Cast & Crew
Screenplay
Nick Hughes
Cinematography
Nick Hughes
Editing
Kavila Matu
Music
Cecile Kayiregawa
Steve Parr
Sharon Rose
Cast
Eric Bridges Twahirwa
Cleophas Kabasita
Davis Kagenza
Mazimpaka Kennedy
Producer
Nick Hughes
Eric Kabera
Broadcast Feature Facilities Ltd.
Vivid Pictures
Print Contact
Vivid Pictures
Nick Hughes
Filmobiography

1996 Big Fish, Small Fry (documentary)

1995 Provence (documentary)
1993 Ndoto ya Daudi (TV movie)
Since 1989 Cameraman in Africa for BBC and director of Vivid Features, his own production company

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Conception: Asphalte Design - Développement: Bluesystem

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