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The Rwanda Film Festival was founded in 2005 by Eric Kabera Presented by the Rwanda Cinema Center, an organization that aims to promote the country's film industry, the Rwanda Film Festival, nicknamed "Hillywood" due to Rwanda's nickname of "Land of a Thousand Hills", is a travelling festival. Due to Kabera's desire to show the films to as large of an audience as possible, the festival is held not only in the capital of Kigali but the films, especially ones made by Rwandan film-makers, are also shown on large inflatable screens in rural areas throughout the country. More recently, Kabera has stated that the festival will make a move away from focusing only on the issue of the genocide; rather "other social issues" of modern Rwanda will be explored. Go to the festival's website
2. East African Caravan

The East African Caravan Film Festival Film Festival will be an annual regional film presentation of short films and documentaries from not only east Africa but also from around the globe with the aim of catalysing a regional integration using the power of film.

The EACFF is an idea that was inspired but the prestigious extravaganza country tour with film in Rwanda now known as “The Hillywood” film festival that hits the four corners of Rwanda using huge inflatable screens with powerful sound system and create 4 hours of entertainment in the remotest locations of Rwanda. (More information coming soon)

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