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Hotel Rwanda (2004)

When the world closed its eyes, he opened his arms.

Genre : Drama, History, War

Runtime : 2H 1M

Director : Terry George
Writer : Keir Pearson, Terry George

Synopsis

Inspired by true events, this film takes place in Rwanda in the 1990s when more than a million Tutsis were killed in a genocide that went mostly unnoticed by the rest of the world. Hotel owner Paul Rusesabagina houses over a thousand refuges in his hotel in attempt to save their lives.

Actors

Don Cheadle
Don Cheadle
Paul Rusesabagina
Sophie Okonedo
Sophie Okonedo
Tatiana Rusesabagina
Nick Nolte
Nick Nolte
Colonel Oliver
Fana Mokoena
Fana Mokoena
General Bizimungu
Joaquin Phoenix
Joaquin Phoenix
Jack Daglish
Jean Reno
Jean Reno
Sabena Airlines President, Mr. Tillens
Desmond Dube
Desmond Dube
Dube
Ofentse Modiselle
Ofentse Modiselle
Roger Rusesabagina
Mathabo Pieterson
Mathabo Pieterson
Diane Rusesabagina
Hakeem Kae-Kazim
Hakeem Kae-Kazim
George Rutaganda
Tony Kgoroge
Tony Kgoroge
Gregoire
Lebo Mashile
Lebo Mashile
Odette
Antonio David Lyons
Antonio David Lyons
Thomas Mirama
Leleti Khumalo
Leleti Khumalo
Fedens
Neil McCarthy
Neil McCarthy
Jean Jacques
Mabutho 'Kid' Sithole
Mabutho 'Kid' Sithole
Head Chef
Jeremiah Ndlovu
Jeremiah Ndlovu
Old Guard
Mosa Kaiser
Mosa Kaiser
Elys Rusesabagina
David O'Hara
David O'Hara
David
Lennox Mathabathe
Lennox Mathabathe
Peter
Mothusi Magano
Mothusi Magano
Benedict
Simo Mogwaza
Simo Mogwaza
Hutu Captain
Cara Seymour
Cara Seymour
Pat Archer
Roberto Citran
Roberto Citran
Priest
Mduduzi Mabaso
Mduduzi Mabaso
Hutu Lieutenant
Harriet Lenabe
Harriet Lenabe
Alice the Waitress
Xolani Mali
Xolani Mali
Policeman
Rosie Motene
Rosie Motene
Receptionist

Crews

Terry George
Terry George
Director
Keir Pearson
Keir Pearson
Author
Terry George
Terry George
Author
Rupert Gregson-Williams
Rupert Gregson-Williams
Original Music Composer
Robert Fraisse
Robert Fraisse
Director of Photography
Naomi Geraghty
Naomi Geraghty
Editor
A. Kitman Ho
A. Kitman Ho
Producer
Martin Russell
Martin Russell
Original Music Composer
Moonyeenn Lee
Moonyeenn Lee
Casting
Richard Pagano
Richard Pagano
Casting
Johnny Breedt
Johnny Breedt
Production Design
Tony Burrough
Tony Burrough
Production Design
Andrea Guerra
Andrea Guerra
Original Music Composer
Keir Pearson
Keir Pearson
Screenplay
Terry George
Terry George
Screenplay
Terry George
Terry George
Producer
Sally French
Sally French
Line Producer
Roberto Cicutto
Roberto Cicutto
Executive Producer
Sarah Trevis
Sarah Trevis
Casting
Emma MacDevitt
Emma MacDevitt
Art Direction
Ruy Filipe
Ruy Filipe
Costume Design
Tania Brooke
Tania Brooke
Makeup Artist
Suzanne Stokes-Munton
Suzanne Stokes-Munton
Hair Department Head
Alistair Hopkins
Alistair Hopkins
Post Production Supervisor
Graham Press
Graham Press
Stunt Coordinator
Vanessa Baker
Vanessa Baker
Casting
Brendan Donnison
Brendan Donnison
Casting
Belinda Kruger
Belinda Kruger
Casting Associate
Lisa Vick
Lisa Vick
Script Supervisor
Nicci Van Niekerk
Nicci Van Niekerk
Assistant Editor
Kenny Becker
Kenny Becker
Color Timer
Blid Alsbirk
Blid Alsbirk
Still Photographer
Vincent G. Cox
Vincent G. Cox
Camera Operator
Paula Jalfon
Paula Jalfon
Unit Production Manager
Suzanne Belcher
Suzanne Belcher
Makeup Department Head
Duncan Reid
Duncan Reid
Executive Producer
Hal Sadoff
Hal Sadoff
Executive Producer
Martin Katz
Martin Katz
Executive Producer
Sam Bhembe
Sam Bhembe
Executive Producer
Francesco Melzi d'Eril
Francesco Melzi d'Eril
Executive Producer
Keir Pearson
Keir Pearson
Co-Executive Producer
Nicolas Meyer
Nicolas Meyer
Co-Executive Producer
Izidore Codron
Izidore Codron
Co-Executive Producer
Bridget Pickering
Bridget Pickering
Co-Producer
Luigi Musini
Luigi Musini
Co-Producer
A. Kitman Ho
A. Kitman Ho
Unit Production Manager
Lionel Steketee
Lionel Steketee
First Assistant Director
Alex Oakley
Alex Oakley
Second Assistant Director
A. Kitman Ho
A. Kitman Ho
Second Unit Director
Tom Johnson
Tom Johnson
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Doug Cooper
Doug Cooper
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
John Midgley
John Midgley
Production Sound Mixer
Kevin Jewison
Kevin Jewison
"A" Camera Operator
Deon Vermeulen
Deon Vermeulen
"B" Camera Operator
Deon Vermeulen
Deon Vermeulen
Steadicam Operator
Alistair Thompson
Alistair Thompson
Production Accountant
Elaine Burt
Elaine Burt
Production Coordinator
Bruce Thomas
Bruce Thomas
Chief Lighting Technician
Charl Phyfer
Charl Phyfer
Key Grip
Andy Kennedy
Andy Kennedy
Sound Effects Editor
Nigel Stone
Nigel Stone
Dialogue Editor
Nick Lowe
Nick Lowe
ADR Editor
Conor Mackey
Conor Mackey
ADR Editor
Mike Wood
Mike Wood
Foley Editor
Andie Derrick
Andie Derrick
Foley Artist
Peter Burgis
Peter Burgis
Foley Artist
Paul Carr
Paul Carr
Foley Mixer
Mark Paterson
Mark Paterson
Foley Mixer
June Prinz
June Prinz
Boom Operator
David Sutton
David Sutton
Boom Operator
Michael Connell
Michael Connell
Music Editor
Gavin Meadon
Gavin Meadon
Special Effects Supervisor
David Mahlangu
David Mahlangu
Special Effects Coordinator
Jane Trower
Jane Trower
First Assistant Accountant

Trailers and other movies

Hotel Rwanda
Official Trailer

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