THE CINEMATOGRAPHIC WORKSHOPS OF KIGALI was conceived as a platform of creation for young Rwandan who will have the opportunity to further their training on the principles of cinematographic language and technical realization and production of films that can reflect realities and imaginary of their society.Training were carry on in various fields: camera, lighting, grip, dramatic interpretation, script, on line editing, etc.
Training were carry on in various fields: camera, lighting, grip, dramatic interpretation, script, on line editing, etc.
In 2005 Two short films Goretti (documentary) and sugi (fiction) were produced In 2006: production of two short films “Karani Ngufu” (documentary) and the taste of freedom (fiction)
In 2007: Production of  women life a short fiction to promote family planning; In 2008: production of two episodes of a Rwandan series on HIV-AIDS: Dream tomorrow. In 2010: Production of a TV show K-Dance.
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KEMIT was established based on the strong belief that It is essential that, within the post-genocide phase in Rwanda, emerging talents who master technical and artistic tools are set in the limelight in order for them to share with the rest of the world their vision of Rwanda from the past and today, its culture and future.
We strongly believe that culture and art are bonds, forums for solidarity and exchange.
The creation of KEMIT responds to the necessity of thinking arts as means of communication and freedom of expression, as ways to development through projects aiming at training, sensitizing and educating people for their better implication in the governance of their country.