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Porter Pictures closes new deal for Award winning Rwandan Genocide doc. “The 600: A Soldiers Tell"

Updated: Aug 5, 2020




The feature documentary “The 600: A Soldiers Tell,” is accentuated by a score that emphasizes the extremities of the plight of the 3rd Battalion in the Rwandan Patriotic Army.  The documentary shows the true gritty circumstances that befell brave soldiers behind enemy lines during the horrific 1994 Rwandan Genocide. EMMY-winning TV and indie film veteran Director/Producer Richard Hall -- "The Amazing Race", "Animal ER", "Tough Love", "Half-Life" -- who is himself the son of Hollywood icon Monty Hall, uses original film and photos to highlight the extraordinary bravery of this group of men. While tasked with the overwhelming responsibility of fighting government officials as well as armed militia with numbers that far exceeded their small population, these men faced what seemed to be insurmountable odds. Through the pain of seeing members of their families and community being slaughtered along with the fortitude to fight for and save the lives of other civilians, “The 600”, documents the perseverance of men rising to meet the true call of human decency. 

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