A young filmmaker on getting a film selected at Cannes

(BY ALI NADERZAD) I recently caught up with filmmaker Isaac Chung, a young filmmaker whose film Munyurangabo, a vital and poetic tale of exile and shattered family life set against the Rwandan civil war got selected as part of the Cannes Festival's Un Certain Regard program last year. Critics widely lauded it for its penetrating examination of a conflict which has resonated only mildly with most ... more >