“The hardest work is done by local activists like those you will see in this film. To them I say: You are an inspiration to me. I am proud to join in this great human rights cause.” – UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

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In Uganda, a new bill threatens to make homosexuality punishable by death. David Kato, Uganda’s first openly gay man, and retired Anglican Bishop Christopher Senyonjo work against the clock to defeat state-sanctioned homophobia while combatting vicious persecution in their daily lives. But no one is prepared for the brutal murder that shakes their movement to its core and sends shock waves around the world. 

Directed by Malika Zouhali-Worrall & Katherine Fairfax Wright
Produced by Malika Zouhali-Worrall


“A scary but inspiring film with real heroes and villains.”
– The New York Times, Critics Pick

“Feels like PARIS IS BURNING by way of THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS.” [Read more]
The Village Voice

“Harrowing and inspirational” – The Hollywood Reporter

“Impassioned and powerful.” – Entertainment Weekly

“Horrific and uplifting, [an] excellent documentary.” – National Public Radio

“Heart-wrenching and inspiring.” – LA Weekly

“Simply one of 2013’s best films, documentary or not.” – Criterion Cast

“Shocking, moving, enthralling and enraging.” – Time Out

“Impressive and on the mark.” – Variety

“Call Me Kuchu leaves you flabbergasted.” – The Times of London

“A moving documentary.” – The Economist

“Miraculous… Some of the most compelling drama of the year.” –