Teens at Agahozo Shalom Youth Village speak about a bright future in Film

“Being a female in the team, getting trained by Film Without Borders, is exciting because in few years to come, I will be among the superstars in Rwanda’s Film industry. I want to train others in turn.”  Leoncia Kawera, 18. “I want to include the skills that I acquired as part of my future business.” Jean Robert Iraguha, 18.
L-R: Leoncia Kawera;Jean Robert Iraguha;Sosthene Muberuka;Jeanette Umugwaneza
L-R: Leoncia Kawera;Jean Robert Iraguha;Sosthene Muberuka;Jeanette Umugwaneza

“Being a female in the team, getting trained by Film Without Borders, is exciting because in few years to come, I will be among the superstars in Rwanda’s Film industry. I want to train others in turn.” 

Leoncia Kawera, 18.

 “I want to include the skills that I acquired as part of my future business.”

Jean Robert Iraguha, 18.

 “When I set my eyes on a professional camera, several ideas begin to flow on how I can creatively use a camera to generate images.”

Sosthene Muberuka, 18.

“The role I took up during my film studies was to be the Director of “The Ticket.” I learnt more filmmaking skills on the field since I had to instruct others on what to be done.”

Jeanette Umugwaneza, 18.

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