Sometimes in April (2005)
2005. 140 minutes. France / USA / Rwanda. Written and directed by Raoul Peck.
Re-tells the tragedy of the 100 days of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. The first major film to be shot on location in Rwanda, where the real-life events transpired. As it follows a Hutu family torn apart by the genocide, the film also explores the world's response to the atrocities and the Rwandan struggle to find justice and accountability 10 years later.