Lignes de front
Paris, April 1994. Antoine Rives, a freelance journalist, is doing a report on displaced Rwandans. He meets Clément, a Rwandan student of hutu origin whose tutsi fiancée, Alice, has disappeared. Rives convinces Clément to return with him to Rwanda to search for Alice and to allow him to film his journey. Finding himself surrounded by chaos, Antoine begins to wonder just how far he can go to film and expose human tragedy to the rest of the world.
Directed by: Jean-Christophe Klotz, 2010
Starring: Jalil Lespert (Antoine), Cyril Gueï (Clément), Patrick Rameau (captain Jonassaint), Jean-François Stévenin (Marchand), Philippe Nahon (Father François), Peter Hudson (General Hillaire), Eriq Ebouaney (monsieur-la-bête), Jean-Baptiste Tiémélé (Honoré)
Awards: officially selected in competition at the Locarno Festival in 2009 and winner of the Jury Award at the Valenciennes Film Festival in 2010.
Parental guidance: TV-PG