100 Days (2001 film)
|Directed by||Nick Hughes|
|Produced by||Nick Hughes
|Written by||Nick Hughes|
|Music by||Cecile Kayiregawa
|Edited by||Kavila Matu|
|Release date(s)||United States:
February 1, 2001
September 13, 2001
(Toronto International Film Festival)
|Running time||100 minutes|
|Country||United Kingdom, Rwanda|
100 Days is a 2001 drama film directed by Nick Hughes and produced by Hughes and Eric Kabera. The film is a dramatization of events that happened during the Rwandan Genocide in 1994. The title of the film is a direct reference to the length of time that passed from the beginning of the genocide on April 6 until it ended in mid-July 1994.
The film was the first feature film made about the 1994 genocide and focuses on the life of a young, refugee Tutsi girl and her attempts to find safety while the genocide is taking place. It was shot at locations where the Rwandan Genocide actually occurred.
- Bloomfield, Steve (August 30, 2007). "Welcome to Hillywood: how Rwanda's film industry emerged from genocide's shadow - Africa, World - The Independent". London: www.independent.co.uk. Retrieved 2009-02-28.
- Gladstone, Brooke. "On The Media: Transcript of " "100 Days in Rwanda" " (November 22, 2002)". www.onthemedia.org. Retrieved 2009-02-28.
- 100 Days at the Internet Movie Database
- Center for International Development, Harvard University (Vivid Features film screening press release)
- Official Eric Kabera website
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