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Bobi Wine’s documentary recognized at Hamptons International Film Festival

Man Jose Kayima

National Unity Platform Principal Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine’s documentary dubbed “Bobi Wine The People’s President” has been named as the “2022 Audience Award Best Documentary Feature” at this year’s Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF).

Bobi Wine shared the good news to his supporters via his social media platforms with a caption to the artwork.

“Even before the official release of our Documentary film, this is what’s up.”

The film directed by Christopher Sharp and Moses Bwayo talks about how a generation of youths in Uganda, see hope in Kyagulanyi and the movement he represents.

The artwork confirming

The documentary is however yet to be released but has already gained global recognition.

Meanwhile, the Hamptons International Film Festival is an international film festival founded in 1992, by Joyce Robinson. The festival has since taken place every year in East Hampton, New York.

It is usually a five-day event that is always held in mid-October at theatre venues located in the Long Island area of New York, USA.

Bobi Wine’s The People’s President scoops big at Hamptons International Film Festival.

About 18,000 visitors attend each festival and close to a hundred films are featured each year, including an annual representation of at least twenty countries and an awards package worth over $200,000.

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