A Brilliant Genocide

This is the untold story of how an African dictator has been able to commit mass murder and still get a regular audience at The White House and 10 Downing Street. A Brilliant Genocide is a political expose and human rights documentary that details the untold story of suffering and an unrecognized genocide against the Acholi people of northern Uganda by the current Government, under President Yoweri Museveni, who has for decades been staunch ally to the west. But has the West been hoodwinked by this deceptive devil in disguise, the face of democracy in Africa, the US’s strongest ally in the region and who Clinton once called “a beacon of hope on the African continent”, or have they turned a blind eye and knowingly been dancing with the devil for their own selfish and strategic interests?

A Brilliant Genocide is the keynote film for our Critical Forum discussion, Looking for Truth: Programming Documentary Film Festivals, which follows the screening at 15:00 in the CCA Clubroom.




Event: Screening

Director: Ebony Butler

Year: 2016

Country: Australia

Date: Friday 21 October

Time: 1.00pm

Location: CCA Cinema