12
Feb
09

Rwanda Cinema Centre partners and Board members

Recently the Rwanda Cinema Centre attended the famous Tribeca Film festival. Rwanda became the 3rd country to be chosen by this prestigious film festival as a cultural partner, after South Africa and the City of Rome.

A historical event this was: Attended by His Excellency President Paul Kagame and the 42nd President of the United States of America, President Bill Clinton along with many other dignitaries.

In this regard the Rwanda cinema centre was given the goodwill and support to present “The Three Voices” from Rwanda and the opportunity to showcase their films and enlighten the world on the New and future of Rwanda. The occasion brought together business leaders, dignitaries, diverse artists and Filmmakers from around the world to celebrate Rwandan Art.”

In this, we bring forward Rwanda Cinema Center  with the its new vision of establishing the Rwanda Film Institute that would  promote and show case Rwanda in pictures in particular and the hopes and aspirations of Africa as a whole.

Below are some of our board members and names that are poised to bring invaluable change to our institution and innitiatives:

Monica Rosenthal/ Actress/ Everybody Loves Raymond

Philip Rosenthal/ Director/ Producer Writer/ Everybody Loves Raymond

Volker Schlindorff/ Director/  Tin Drum, Swann in Love, Legend of Rita

Adam Leipzig/ President of National Geographic Films.

Jon Turteltaub/ Director/ Producer/ National Treasure 1&2

George Alagiah/ BBC Anchor and correspondent

Tribeca Film Institute

Miho Yoshida/ Tokyo African Film Festival

Ed Greenberg/ Laughter for a Change

Jane Kakon/

Swedish Institute

Discussions are underway with other partners such as the Academy of Motion Pictures, Sundance Film Festival and Lab and many more.

Below is the list of our Board of Directors:

Antoine Munyakazi Juru/ President

Jean Pierre Sebageni

Ezra Bunyenyezi

Richard Rwihandagaza

Vivian Kayitesi

Sebashongore Dieudone

Jean Pierre Mubiligi



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