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New On DVD/VOD: 'Call Me Kuchu,' 'My Brother The Devil,' 'Savannah'

Photo of Tambay A. Obenson By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act September 24, 2013 at 12:29PM

Cinedigm Entertainment Group has released, on DVD and VOD, Call Me Kuchu - the powerful and moving film that documents the daily lives of David Kato – the first openly gay Ugandan man - and three fellow “kuchus” (LGBT Ugandans), culminating in a brutal and senseless murder that sent shock waves throughout the world.
My Brother The Devil

The Sundance Film Festival and Berlin International Film Festival prize-winning British/Egyptian drama My Brother The Devil, written and directed by Egyptian-Welsh screenwriter and director Sally El Hosaini (her feature film debut), stars James Floyd, Fady Elsayed and Saïd Taghmaoui

It tells the story of two sons of Egyptian immigrants coming of age on the streets of gangland, East London.

Rounding out the cast are familiar names of black British talents you might recognize, like Ashley Bashy Thomas, and Letitia Wright.

It's one film I've yet to see, but is on my to-see list, so I'll be giving it a look this week, now that it's available on the home video market, courtesy of Virgil Films.

Reviews were strong across the board, and the film picked up numerous awards on the film festival circuit. 

It was released in the US last May, and other territories globally.

Watch the full trailer below for a glimpse at what to expect:

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