The documentary “Souls of Genocide”; Healing Wound Hurts, but Living with Wounds Hurts More – will take the reader through the actual experiences of the Rwanda’s 1994 genocide and how it affected three brothers Emile, Kizito, and Joseph who lived through the massacre and ultimately started their journey towards healing.
Like many who survived those horrors, the brothers were left with psychological scars. For years those memories haunted them as they moved through multiple refugee camps, homeless moving from place to place for four long years before finally moving to Canada to reunite with their sister and starting a new life.
Throughout spending their life in Montreal, Canada, the brothers faced many setbacks in life due to the brutal memories of their childhood but somehow, they kept themselves strong and now wish to go back to their family and friends who have survived the war.
The brothers have entered into their adulthood and finally gathered the courage to go back to their home country, which might bring lots of memory flash backs including the cruel scenes of the genocide.
Emile now is a family man with two children, after going through a rehab for alcoholism he wishes to start his life afresh in a better way. He promises to use this opportunity to get his life back on track for both himself and his two beautiful children. Joseph, has lived in Toronto since 2003, and at 30, he has become a chef. Kizito recently graduated from Centennial College’s Entrepreneurship Program as an Independent Film Producer and he is also a graduate from International Academy of Design and Technology/Toronto Film School with Film and TV Production Diploma.
The documentary “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtOvcUsOfdw” is one dream project for the three brothers, as it will show their journey of struggles and challenges; from facing the horrors of 1994, getting lost and confuse in foreign lands, and now as they work to overcome all. The documentary is a show examples to those who are still being haunted by the sadistic memories and are seeking a holistic healing process.
Through this documentary, the brothers hope to positively affect thousands of others who face the same struggles and challenges, using their journey to connect and ultimately lead them on a healing path.
After 21 years, the brothers will be travelling back to their home country with a film crew that will capture all, revealing their emotional encounters, as they recall their horrors. This will be a healing journey not just for the 3 brothers, but also for their families and friends.
“Souls of Genocide” documentary is a physical, mental and spiritual journey for all involved. The team hopes to raise $95,000 for their project on Indiegogo. If not contribute, offers pledge levels from $25 to $5,000 with perks ranging from Film Stickers and t-shirts to Product Placement in the Film. People can also share the project on Instagram and Facebook.