Call Me Kuchu




The Museum of Tolerance invites you to

Call Me Kuchu

Special Film Screening

Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 7:00pm

Co-sponsored by the American Jewish World Service.

In Uganda, a new bill threatens to make homosexuality punishable by death. David Kato, Uganda's first openly gay man, and retired Anglican Bishop Christopher Senyonjo work against the clock to defeat state-sanctioned homophobia while combating vicious persecution in their daily lives. But no one is prepared for the brutal murder that shakes their movement to its core and sends shock waves around the world.

Malika Zouhali-Worrall is a British-Moroccan filmmaker and journalist based in New York. Her work has been published in The Financial Times and at, for which she has reported from India, Uganda, China and the U.S. Malika is a graduate of Cambridge University and holds an MA in International Affairs from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po), where she studied under an Entente Cordiale full scholarship. She is a Chaz & Roger Ebert Directing Fellow, and an alumnus of the Film Independent Documentary Lab and the Garrett Scott Documentary Development Grant. In 2012, Filmmaker Magazine named Malika one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film. Next up, Malika will be producing LONG YEAR BEGIN, a documentary by David Osit about the Global Seed Vault and humanity's perpetual quest for self-preservation.

Q&A with Director, Writer and Producer Malika Zouhali-Worrall following film.

$15 - General Admission


All attendees are required to register in advance, online or over the phone. No seats can be held without payment. 

The deadline for signing up online is 12:00pm, Thursday, December 12, 2013. After the indicated time, please call 212 697 1180 ex.102 to reserve a seat or to be added to the waitlist, if the event is full. 

For more information contact Melissa Hooper via email or call (212) 697-1180 ext. 102


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Due to heavy volume of school groups we advise visitors to come between 2:00pm and 5:00pm. Arriving earlier in the day may result in visitors being asked to come back at a later time. Please call ahead for availability

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