Call Me Kuchu

@article{Hart2015CallMK,
  title={Call Me Kuchu},
  author={Carrie Elizabeth Hart and Rick Dillwood},
  journal={Feminist Media Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={15},
  pages={1009 - 1024}
}
This paper examines Call Me Kuchu, a 2012 documentary that profiles a group of activists in Uganda as they respond to the introduction of anti-homosexuality legislation in the Ugandan Parliament, the exposure of members of the LGBT community in the Ugandan publication Rolling Stone, and the death of activist David Kato. Utilizing queer theory, transnational feminism, and critical media studies, the authors provide a close reading of the film's formal elements in relation to the geopolitical… Expand
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