*Official Selection, 2015 National Film Festival for Talented Youth*
*Winner for Best Film, 2015 Los Angeles Student Film Festival*
In 1994, the Hutu and Tutsi tribes of Rwanda were turned against each other by a political elite, leaving a million Rwandans dead. High school journalist Noah Bennett investigates the use of propaganda to turn Rwandan brothers and sisters against each other during the horrific event that is the Rwandan Genocide. Paul Rusesabagina, the man who protected thousands under the roof of his Hotel Rwanda, leaves us with a poignant message about the killing power of words.
Noah Bennett, Max Cho
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