Local movie production company Wise films, will release a new movie called ‘Brotherhood’ giving details about the government program, Ndi Umunyarwanda.
Ndi Umunyarwanda emphasises unity and reconciliation from the scars of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi through getting Rwandans to openly confess their ethnic group and publicly apologising for their role in the genocide.
The movie wills premier mid 2014 across the country.
Brotherhood shows pre-colonial Rwanda where people lived in harmony, Rwanda after colonisation until the 1994 genocide tragedy up to today’s struggle towards reconciliation,” says Movie Director, Benoit Mugisha.
The movie’s target is to teach the youth about the country’s history and journey to unity and reconciliation. The film scenes include love, action, adventure, and betrayal but all based on Rwandan culture and history.
The movie Director, Mugisha is famous for directing block buster films like Chora Chora and Wow.
Wise films is based in Rubavu and recently opened up a cinema school dubbed Wise cinema vocational training center.
Rwanda’s movie industry proves to be on the right truck as far as Rwanda’s development vision 2020 is concerned.