Film: 94 Terror
Filming Locations: Kasensero, Rakai, Uganda
Release Date: December 2018 (Uganda)
Language: Kinyarwanda, English
Run Time: 106 minutes
Sound Mix: Stereo
Summary: Keza, a survivor of the Tutsi and Hutu slaughter that happened in the 1994 Rwanda genocide, tells the struggle and loss of her beloved family and her escape across the river Kagera into Uganda.
After the assassination of Rwanda President Juvenal Habyarimana, the Hutus condemned the Tutsis and invaded their homesteads, killing whoever looked Tustsi. Keza's family was murdered as she watched. She narrowly escaped with the help of her friends: Shema—a Hutu, and Mutesi—a Tutsi. Together they must sneak through the bush to make it out of Rwanda alive.
Winner of Best Viewers’ Choice Movie Award at the 2018 Uganda Film Festival Awards.
Winner of the Best Costume award at The African Film Festival (TAFF) in Dallas, Texas, in 2019.