Fiche Film
Cinéma/TV
MOYEN Métrage | 1998
Why Did They Kill Their Neighbours?
Pays concerné : Rwanda
Durée : 49 minutes
Genre : drame
Type : documentaire

Français

Les mots peuvent tuer. Ce fascinant et perturbant documentaire offre un regard unique sur le rôle de la Radio Milles Collines dans le massacre de près de 800 000 personnes.

English

Words can kill. This fascinating and disturbing documentary offers a unique account of the role of Radio Milles Collines in the massacre of 800 000 people. In 1994 Rwanda was torn apart by the attack of the Hutu majority upon the Tsutsi ruling minority. Francois is the first to be released from a prison holding 3000 men accused of genocide. He is the only one to admit to murder. His tragic story unfolds.

Japan 1998 49min Video
Dir: Kumiko Igarashi


FESTIVALS / AWARDS / SCREENINGS

1998 | Prix Italia for Current Affairs Documentaries 1998.

2000 | Encounters South African International Documentary Film Festival | CAPE TOWN, South Africa | www.encounters.co.za
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