Generation 25 – The Humanity Project is a cross-cultural theater exchange between young American and Rwandan artists in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide and a call for an end to violence worldwide. The piece was created and premiered at the Ubumuntu Arts Festival at the Kigali Genocide Memorial on July 14 to a lengthy standing ovation. Directed by filmmaker Eric Mann, this short film takes a deeper look at how Hope Azeda, founder of the Mashirika Performing Arts and Media Company and the Ubumuntu Arts Festival used the arts to bring healing to Rwanda post-genocide and celebrates this beautiful interdisciplinary collaboration across cultures in acknowledgment of shared humanity.
Please click the image below to attend the free, world-premiere screening of the documentary!Mashirika Performing Arts & Media Company + The Peace StudioRwanda & United StatesKigali, Rwanda & New York City, NYGeneration 25 was created by The Peace Studio, Mashirika Performing Arts & Media Company, and the Ubumuntu Arts Festival. Filmed and directed by Eric Mann and Unreel Films, LLC.
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After watching the world-premiere of the “Generation 25” documentary, consider donating $25 to The Peace Studio in honor of the film’s release and/or share this limited-time FREE stream with five (5) friends and family members.