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Series | BOBI WINE: THE PEOPLE’S PRESIDENT and THE MISSION
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The American Cinematheque is proud to spotlight the latest documentary films from National Geographic, whose partnership has continued the longstanding mission to promote the power of storytelling to further peoples’ understanding of the world. Our NatGeo Doc Day highlights THE MISSION, an examination of the evangelical community and American missionary John Chau’s fatal quest and BOBI WINE: THE PEOPLE’S PRESIDENT, a look at the 2021 Ugandan presidential election and the campaign of musician, activist and opposition leader Bobi Wine.
Aero Theatre | Q&A with co-director Moses Bwayo. Moderated by Katie Walsh.
‘NatGeo Doc Day’
Aero Theatre | Pre-recorded introduction by filmmakers Amanda McBaine and Jesse Moss
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