IBYIZA BIRIMBERE - The Best is still to come

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Ibyiza Birimbere is Kinyarwanda and means “The best is still to come”.

In Rwanda April 7 is Memorial Day. July 4, Liberation Day, celebrates the genocide’s end. We decided to make a film during that time.

2014 marked the twentieth anniversary of the Rwandan genocide where within about 100 days an estimated 800.000 Rwandese were killed. It was the attempt to eliminate Tutsis and to erase any memory of their existence.

The protagonists of the film, Gerard (19) Odette (22), and Shenge (24), three young Rwandese, have different goals in life. Gerard wants to find his real parents. Odette, who wants to study psychology, believes in articulating her own trauma, while Shenge uses her art to transport the story she wants to tell to the world.

Ibyiza Birimbere does not explain the genocide, nor is it political. It’s a film about 3 young people whose eyes flicker against a brighter, invisible horizon.

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IBYIZA BIRIMBERE - The Best is still to come

Ibyiza Birimbere is Kinyarwanda and means “The best is still to come”.

In Rwanda April 7 is Memorial Day. July 4, Liberation Day, celebrates the genocide’s end. We decided to make a film during that time.

2014 marked the twentieth anniversary of the Rwandan genocide where within about 100 days an estimated 800.000 Rwandese were killed. It was the attempt to eliminate Tutsis and to erase any memory of their existence.

The protagonists of the film, Gerard (19) Odette (22), and Shenge (24), three young Rwandese, have different goals in life. Gerard wants to find his real parents. Odette, who wants to study psychology, believes in articulating her own trauma, while Shenge uses her art to transport the story she wants to tell to the world.

Ibyiza Birimbere does not explain the genocide, nor is it political. It’s a film about 3 young people whose eyes flicker against a brighter, invisible horizon.

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