“God Loves Uganda,” the feature-length documentary which explores the evangelical influence of America’s Fundamental Christian right on the African way of life, gets large push to theaters from Variance Films.
The film follows American and Ugandan religious leaders fighting “sexual immorality” and missionaries trying to convince Ugandans to follow Biblical law and ignore their anti-gay laws.
Filmmaker and director Roger Ross Williams exposes the missionary movement in Uganda as an outgrowth of Africa’s colonialist past, and a twenty-first century crusade to recreate a continent of people in the image and likeness of America’s most extreme fundamentalists.
Initially released at the Sundance Film Festival January 18, 2013, “God Loves Uganda” opens in North America Oct. 11 in New York City, expanding to more theaters in 2014.
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All religions give weak men/women false power! Enough said. In America black folks spend $1 billion dollars each Sunday…. but, we don't have fresh organic food, horrible schools, little to no small businesses, and should I do on. 80% plus blacks believe in a white skye god that's man made to enslave us? WTF is our problem. We started and discovered the world–and we bow down to our slave master? Crazy as hell!!! We need to get off money and share, trade, and help each other. getoffmoney.com
Are these the same christian who are found raping small children on that country? wake people