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Eric Kabera "Born in 1970, in the former Zaire, now Democratic Republic of Congo, acclaimed Rwandan filmmaker, Eric KABERA made his studies in psychology, pedagogy and law. After training offered by Reuters Foundation in London, he became a radio journalist for 3 years with the national broadcaster and a freelancer for the Africa Section of the BBC. He attended one of the major training gatherings in Hollywood (Los Angeles) in directing, production and postproduction at the Los Angeles International Film Festival. Eric founded KWETU Film Institute and is now the official correspondent of GRN (Global Radio Network) in East Africa. He recently co-produced the sensational film, Africa United."


Jacques Rutabingwa holds a Bachelors Degree in Communication and Public Relations from the National University of Rwanda. His first film Isugi has been screened in different film festivals around the world. His documentary film “Sortir de l’abîme”(40”) was selected at the 19th Edition of FESPACO in Ouagadougou.

In 2003, he was the assistant casting manager for the feature film Sometimes in April - Directed by Raoul Peck. In 2010 and 2011, he attended Internship at Tvm MITTELRHEIN & wwtv WESTERWALD / Koblenz - Germany 2010- 2011.

Jacques gives directing and cinematography classes at KWETU. He is the Rwandan correspondent for Canal+ network, TV5 and Canalisat Regional Report. His vision is to offer professional skills with no reserve, while seeking opportunity to learn and gain experience.


Joseph Njata holds a diploma in communication and media studies from Kenya Polytechnic University. He has always had a passion for cinema and a natural flair for creative writing.  He enrolled at the Rwanda Film Institute for a filmmaking course that nurtured his script writing skills. Some of his film scripts include, ‘Stressed’, ‘Along Came an Ipod’, ‘Private Call’, ‘My Genes’ and ‘Riders Rocky Ride’.

Joseph was the video editor at the 2011 Africa Journalist Workshop in Zanzibar. He participated in the 2011 Maisha Film Lab screenwriting workshop. Recently, he was selected to the prestigious One Fine Day Film workshop 2012 in Nairobi Kenya.

He is the admin assistant at KWETU Film Institute and occasionally writes for the New times newspaper, a daily Rwanda Publication.

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