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Kigali Audio Visual Forum

5 May 2019
In the past six months we've seen several efforts put forward on behalf of the government of Rwanda to develop the local film industry; from the inaugural Kigali Audio Visual Forum to the development of tax incentives, to the establishment of a Rwanda Film Office. But what's the life of an independent content creator like on the ground like now?

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