Singer and politician Bobi Wine real name Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu’s documentary “Bobi Wine: The People’s President” won big at the just concluded Millenium Documentary Film Festival.
Bobi Wine’s documentary was among the documentaries featured in the Millenium Documentary Festival that were held in Brussels-Belgium recently.
At the end of the event, Bobi’s documentary had bagged two International Competition awards including the Audience Prize and the Bronze Goal for Best Film on Human Rights.
The Millenium Festival is an international documentary festival which took place for the first time in 2006. It shows films on themes of the Millennium Development Goals (now the Sustainable Development Goals).
“Bobi Wine: The People’s President”, was directed by Moses Bwayo, and Christopher Sharp and produced by double Oscar winner John Battsek.
This is not the first time the documentary is receiving such international recognition, as in 2022 it won the Best Documentary Feature at the Hamptons Film Festival.
The milestone achieved left Bobi Wine exhilarated, and took to his socials to share his excitement with millions of his followers worldwide.
Congratulations to BOBI WINE: THE PEOPLE’S PRESIDENT. Moses Bwayo and Christopher Sharp’s riveting documentary took home two International Competition awards from @MilleniumFest: The Audience Prize and the Bronze Goal for Best Film on Human Rights! Coming soon from @natgeodocs pic.twitter.com/rDbYooRlmV
— Nat Geo Docs (@natgeodocs) April 7, 2023