Call Me Kuchu is in cinemas on November 2nd, and Picturehouse have chosen the film for their Pic Docs Discover Tuesday event for November. The film will screen in Picturehouse cinemas across the UK on the evening of November 6th, and will be your only chance to catch this must-see doc in many cities.
Call Me Kuchu has been picking up awards all year, including Best International Feature at HotDocs and Best Documentary at the Berlin Film Festival. The film follows Ugandan LGBT rights activist David Kato. In Uganda, a new bill threatens to make homosexuality punishable by death. David – Uganda’s first openly gay man – and his fellow activists work against the clock to defeat the legislation while combating vicious persecution in their daily lives.
With 4 Star review from Empire and Total Film Magazine already, this film brings the harsh realities of human rights issues for the LGBT community to the big screen. What would you do if revealing your sexuality put your life in threat?
For those in London, director Malika Zouhali-Worrall is also taking part in a Q&A following a preview screening at the Curzon Soho on the 29th October.
Find out more about the film at callmekuchu.co.uk/
 
 
Cinemas screening the film on 6th November – Click to buy tickets
London – Clapham Picturehouse
London – Greenwich Picturehouse
London – Hackney Picturehouse
London – Ritzy Cinema
London – Stratford Picture House
Aberdeen – Belmont Picturehouse
Bath – The Little Theatre
Brighton – Duke Of York’s Picturehouse
Bury-St-Edmunds – Abbeygate Picturehouse
Cambridge – Cambridge Arts Picturehouse
Edinburgh – Cameo Cinema
Henley-upon-thames – Regal Picturehouse
Liverpool – Picturehouse At Fact
Norwich – Cinema City
Oxford – Phoenix Picturehouse
Southampton – Harbour Lights Picture House
Stratford-upon-avon – Stratford-upon-avon Picture House
York – City Screen Picturehouse
Thanks to dogwoof.com for this info.