At a casual elementary school comes a five year old albino girl, Elikia. Due to her skin color her classmates make her realize that her being ‘different’ is more a problem than a special trait. While the neighborhood treats her as a stereotype, her mother encourages her. Together, they fight back and raise their voice to find a place for themselves
Dusabejambo Marie Clementine
She was born in Kigali in 1987. She is scriptwriter and Film director. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Electronics from the Kigali Institut of Education. In 2010 Lyiza, her first short film, had its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival and won prizes at several festivals., In 2012 and 2016 she won a competition for screenplay writers organized by the Goethe-Institut: in the first case she made her second short film, Behind the Word.