- published: 11 Oct 2013
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When talking about Rwanda, many have the images of the Rwandan genocide fixed on their minds. Yet, Rwanda keeps being alive. Guided by Vestine, the extravagant star of a famous Rwandan radio show, the documentary Sacred Water immerses us deep into contemporary Rwandan culture sourcing itself in the most intimate and traditionnal way: female sexual pleasure. The film 'Sacred Water' has premiered in November 2016 at Doc Leipzig and is now doing a film festival tour around the world. Register below to receive all extras, including recorded Q & A's with the director, and be the first to watch the film online. REGISTRATION link http://www.docsonline.tv/world-premieres?utm_source=YouTube&utm_campaign=World%20Premiere%20Sacred%20Water&utm_medium=description&utm_content=Watch%20how%20sexual%20p...
In the land of thousand hills sound and dance are at the rendezvous of the people whose history falls into their memories, a unique rhythm, songs, dances, culture finds its place in their hearts, healing wounds of loneliness, rage of conflicts, the horror of that night of killings; the Rwandan traditional music, a legacy, a mixture of the tone of words, rhythm, Consistency between a language and people. Claude Gilbert KAMBA
Come and see an unforgettable performance of TRADITIONAL RWANDAN DANCE & DRUMMING at 7pm on the 3rd Saturday of every month at Heaven Restaurant (located 3 streets downhill from the Milles Collines Hotel in central Kigali) DONATE NOW Charity registration number: NO102/ NGO/RGB/2014 Search http://www.gofundme.com/jw5p24
Rwanda Day San Francisco was dubbed "Rwanda Cultural Day" as part of showcasing and celebrating Rwanda's rich culture and tradition. However, modern music was not not ignored. This video shows you performances from Meddy, King James, Alpha Rwirangira and Teta Diana.
Rwandans living in the United States are celebrating their country's unique culture. Different traditions, including dancing and baby-naming ceremonies have been portrayed on stage. The event aims to unify Rwandans after the genocide two decades ago. Leslie Mirungu has more.
RCFS is a forum for local and international fashion designers, to showcase their design. This event is unique by featuring designs from a variety of cultures and from local and international designers. It is organized and managed by IRIS PRO-FILMS 1000 HILLS which is a film and Photography Company that also specializes in event management and representation of actors and models. RCFS was founded in 2012 by Celestin Ntawirema CEO & Managing director of IRIS PRO-FILMS “Our goal is to promote fashion designers and create public awareness of the talent and quality designs in the region and Africa“. We aim to provide business opportunities, networking and leisure activities for the audience. We also partner with young artists in entrepreneurship to promote arts and creativity, including designi...