BronzeLens Film Festival is pleased to announce that the African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement’s (AFFRM) second feature of 2011, KINYARWANDA, the 2011 Sundance Audience Award winner for World Cinema Drama, and winner of the 2011 BronzeLens Best International Film Award, has been extended in Atlanta at AMC Phipps Plaza until December 15, 2011.

This is great news for those of you who missed the opening weekend as well as for those who came out, and have told friends about the tremendous film. Now you still have time to see it.

Written and directed by Alrick Brown, KINYARWANDA is the first film conceived within Rwanda and produced by Rwandans regarding the 1994 genocide that saw one million lives lost in 100 days.

KINYARWANDA interweaves six true tales into one epic narrative, confronting the realities of forgiveness in the face of vengeance.

Please join the BronzeLens family and support this film.

Show times are currently: 10:45am, 1:40pm, 4:10pm, 7:15pm, and 9:45 pm.

Support independent film. Take a break from shopping and go see KINYARWANDA this weekend!

Purchase Your Tickets Now!

Thank you for your support!

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