In Cinemas March 31

Monday, March 27, 2006


Shooting Dogs is released this coming Friday with the premiere taking place tonight in Kigali - Rwanda.

Last week we looked at the roadblock scene and as promised, you can now see the scene here on the blog!

To access the scene, click on the link below. If you'd like to know more about the scene itself, browse through last weeks entries to see breakdowns of the scene including stills, camera setups and cast and crew thoughts.

-keep your views coming
*this link will be taken down at 2.00pm GMT tomorrow


At 9:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is powerful and disturbing. The scene is frighteningly well acted, look forward to seeing the film this weekend.


At 8:55 PM, Blogger Said Kakese wa Dibinga said...

Let me know if you need help with distribution here in the United States..

At 8:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I found this link through BBC. Just wanted to say that I thought Shooting Dogs was a fine movie. I saw it at the Dubai International Film Festival, in December 2005. At the end of the screening there was also a Q&A session with Michael Caton Jones and Hugh Dancy. It really helped gain more insight into the making.
The movie transformed everyday news headlines, into a very deeply moving and thought provoking piece of art.
One of the most difficult jobs in the world would surely had been, to be in the place of the teacher or the priest and making the decisions that they had to!

Thank you to everyone invovled in making this movie.

Alia, Dubai-UAE

At 11:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Found the site on MSN Sympatico and was curious with the mention of Rwanda. I watched the Roadbock scene, scrolled and read the script. I find it difficult to relate to acting. Your Director, Writers, cast and crew are sensational. So well done, to bring the terror suffered by so many to the awareness of those who could not beleive this could happen


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