Screening with Fluorescent Sin, The Godfather, Hasaki Ya Suda, and Umkhungo
In 1989, in a small village in Mukura in Eastern Uganda, government soldiers accused the residents of being rebels, making only an exception when they could prove otherwise by means of an identification card. Sixty-nine of the residents failed to show ID cards, and were locked in train wagons that were set on fire. All but one died. Stunningly told through puppets, this film unravels a story the government would rather deny.
Dir. Peter Tukei Muhumuza. Uganda. 2011. 22 min. Print Source: filmmaker
£10 / £9 conc / £8 memb
Kengere is also screening at 3:00pm on Saturday 10th November at Picha House