Screened as part of TOAFF12
Uganda has become ground zero in the Evangelical church’s war on the “homosexual agenda.”
Enter David Kato, a veteran activist who’s been working tirelessly to repeal his country’s homophobic laws and liberate his fellow LGBTQ+ citizens—called “kuchus”—from persecution. Kato’s mission is intensified when a new anti-homosexuality bill proposing death for HIV-positive gay men is introduced.
Meanwhile, the country’s newspapers are outing kuchus under headlines such as “HOMO TERROR! We Name and Shame Top Gays in the City.” Kato is one of the few to publicly denounce these actions.
This film was supported by the Bertha Film Fund, Bertha / Doc Society Connect Fund.