Fiston Mudacumura, born in 1990, is a Rwandan writer, director, and producer. He started in the audiovisual industry as a contributing storyteller of a kids' show on TV10 Rwanda in 2013. In 2016, he did “Bicycle Taxi Man,” which was screened in Australia at the Focus on Ability Film Festival/ online. In 2017, he worked on episode 3, the TUKO Film web series, as part of a capacity-building project organized by Germany’s Goethe Institut and Yole Africa in Goma (Democratic Republic of Congo). From 2018-2019, he was the Line Producer and production manager of the Karani Ngufu series, another capacity-building project of filmmakers by Europäisches Filmzentrum Babelsberg and Kwetu Film Institute. In 2020, he was a production manager and line producer of Lake women documentary film and part of the capacity-building project of filmmakers by Europäisches Filmzentrum Babelsberg and Kwetu Film Institute. He has now written, directed and produced a 3D short animation film "Dreams of Sugira/ Inzozi za Sugira" that he is submitting in this "Engage Art"
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