Ever since the major motion picture "Hotel Rwanda" was released, there has been an increase in attention about that country and the horrific 1994 genocide. There have been several more movies and documentaries released, or which are in the process of being released which hopefully will cause even further interest in Rwanda and the issue of genocide, both past and present.
Shake Hands With The Devil is based on Romeo Dailaire's book by the same title; and apparently features some (well deserved IMO) criticism of the UN highups who did nothing as hundreds of thousands of Tutsis were being slaughtered.
God sleeps in Rwanda is a documentary that was nominated for an Academy Award and tells the story of the women of the country who have to deal with the reminders of the genocide: dead family members, AIDS, extreme poverty etc.
I think that it is a positive step that the Rwandan genocide is finally getting so much mainstream attention, hopefully these movies will shine a spotlight on Darfur, Sudan etc.