Kivu Ruhorahoza

Kivu RUHORAHOZA (1982, Rwanda) has worked on various film and TV projects. He was one of the participants in the 2009 Berlinale Talent Campus. In 2005, Ruhorahoza became the first director of the Rwanda Film Festival. His short film Lost in the South (2008) won the Best African Short award at the 25th Pan Africa Film Festival in Montreal. His feature debut Grey Matter was the first long narrative film directed by a Rwandese filmmaker in his homeland. Things of the Aimless Wanderer is his second feature film.


Confession (2007, short), Les egarés de l'hémisphère sud/Lost in the South (2008, short), Matière grise/Grey Matter (2011), Things of the Aimless Wanderer (2015)