August 11 – 17
  • This gripping documentary charts the inspiring activism of Bobi Wine, the pop star-turned-politician seeking to end Uganda’s brutal dictatorship. Rising from the ghetto slums of Kampala to be one of the country’s most beloved superstars, Bobi begins to use his music to call out corruption, then becomes an Independent Member of Parliament to defend the rights of his people. The country’s institutions are controlled by President Museveni, an autocratic tyrant who has held power since 1986. Bobi and his wife Barbie choose to risk their careers, their family, and their lives to challenge him and bring democracy to their country. But the state is determined to silence not only them, but anyone who supports their cause.
  • Rated PG-13 | 1h 54m


FRI 8/11: 12pm, 3pm, 7pm
SAT 8/12: 12pm, 3pm, 7pm
SUN 8/13: 12pm, 3pm, 7pm
MON 8/14: 3pm, 7pm
TUE 8/15: 3pm, 7pm
WED 8/16: 3pm, 7pm
THU 8/17: 3pm, 7pm