Catapult Hosts LA Premiere of Call Me Kuchu

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— 5 June 2012


Catapult Film Fund Hosts Call Me Kuchu  at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Catapult Film Fund is a proud early supporter of Call Me Kuchu and will be hosting the Call Me Kuchu screenings at the upcoming Los Angeles Film Festival.

Now in its 18th year, the Los Angeles Film Festival, presented by Film Independent, showcases the best of American and international cinema. The 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival returns to L.A. LIVE June 14-24, 2012 with red carpet premieres, conversations, live music, free outdoor screenings and films from around the world.  The Festival connects the movie-loving public to critically acclaimed filmmakers, film industry professionals, and emerging talent in the heart of Los Angeles, the entertainment capital of the world.

For passes, tickets and full Festival details, please call 1.866.FilmFest or visit www.LAFilmFest.com

CALL ME KUCHU 
USA | DIR Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall

To be openly gay in Uganda is to risk imprisonment and death.  The stirring and heartbreaking  Call Me Kuchu exposes the horrors of a homophobic government – its hatred fueled by right wing American evangelicals – that terrorizes the LGBT community. Yet brave men and women like David Katos, the country’s first openly gay activist, have fought back at great risk.  This intimate and impassioned documentary takes us inside this life and death struggle for human rights.  Whether you are familiar with Katos’s story or hearing it for the first time, you will find this a shattering and inspiring testament.

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