A Place for Everyone explores the human geography of a Rwandan village two decades after the genocide. Survivors and killers still live next to each other and a new generation of young Rwandans has grown up in a society that under goes a fragile reconciliation process. Filmed over the course of more than four years, “A Place for Everyone” portrays a generation of young Rwandans in their quest for love and hate, revenge and forgiveness.
OFFICIAL SELECTION: Viennale (International competition – World Premiere)
OVER 40 FESTIVALS: Thessaloniki (International section), Jean Rouch International Film Festival, Filmer a Tout Prix, Festival du Film D’Histoire, Guangzhou, Taiwan, Gdansk doc…