If you are looking for inspiration, Katherine Fairfax Wright might be your answer this weekend. She tells a compelling story through her time with David Kato and this weekend she is speaking live and in-person at the Cinemas Palm D’ Or in Palm Desert.
Spend your Saturday evening doing something a little outside of the box…
MEET THE FILMMAKER!
Live Q&A with Director Katherine Fairfax Wright
THIS SATURDAY (July 13) at 6:45pm
Cinemas Palme D’ Or Theaters
72840 Highway 111, Palm Desert, CA
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Filmmaker Katherine Fairfax Wright will be joining us live and in-person for a very special screening of her powerful new documentary CALL ME KUCHU. This film tells the story of David Kato, Uganda’s first openly gay man, as he and fellow activists work around the clock to defeat legislation that would make homosexuality punishable by death. While the gay rights movement in the US is making great strides, the fight continues in the developing world, including Uganda. This documentary is shocking and, ultimately, an inspiring call for human rights worldwide.
This is the sort of challenging world documentary that Cinémas Palme d’Or is proud to present as part of its mission to bring diverse film to the desert.
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