How a graduate film student stumbled upon her thesis topic on a church trip to Rwanda, told the ongoing story of reconciliation between killers and the families of genocide victims, and won a student Academy Award. Plus, a look at a new Rwandan report accusing top French officials of complicity in the 1994 genocide.

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  • Laura Waters Hinson Director and producer of "As We Forgive." Winner of the gold medal prize for documentary at the 2008 Student Academy Awards.
  • Philip Gourevitch Journalist; author of "We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will be Killed With Our Families: Stories from Rwanda." His latest book, with coauthor Errol Morris, is "Standard Operating Procedure."

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