Category Archives: Rwanda

Black History Month 2012: Review: Hotel Rwanda

Rwanda Hotel Rwanda is a 2004 film about the Rwandan genocide. It tells the true story of Paul Rusesabagina who sheltered 1,268 Tutsi and Hutu moderates in the Hôtel des Mille Collines at the height of the genocide. The Mille … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2012: Review: Africa Addio

Africa Africa Addio (Farewell Africa) is a 1966 Italian documentary that explores the triumph of freedom and equality in post-colonial Africa. Decried as a “brutal, dishonest, racist film” by DWL Roger Ebert, Africa Addio contains live footage of the chaos … Continue reading

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