We've already heard a number of people talking about this documentary, which screened at the Castro Theater as part of Frameline on Tuesday. The screening and the directors, Malika Zouhali-Worrall and Katherine Fairfax Wright, got a standing ovation, along with documentary subjects Longjones and Bishop Christopher Senyonjo, who were also in attendance. Basically, Uganda is about the worst place in the world to be homosexual right now, and Call Me Kuchu tells the story of veteran activist David Kato, who was killed amidst anti-homosexual fervor there following the proposed Parliament bill making homosexuality a crime.

"Kuchu," by the way, is the Ugandan slang word for queer. Look for the film to hopefully find a wider release soon.