Inside Best Documentary Oscar Nominee

Inside Best Documentary Oscar Nominee: Bobi Wine: The People’s President
A Gripping Lean-In Conversation with Bobi Wine and Director Moses Bwayo

Los Angeles, CA (February 29, 2024): Step into the heart of Uganda’s political upheaval with Bobi Wine and director Moses Bwayo as they unveil the gripping tale behind the Oscar-nominated documentary, Bobi Wine: The People’s President. Join them on Hollywood at Home with The Creative Coalition for an intimate conversation that delves deep into Wine’s fearless activism and Bwayo’s remarkable filmmaking journey. From the slums of Kampala, to the forefront of national resistance, discover the raw passion and unyielding determination driving these two voices for change. Don’t miss the chance to witness their powerful story unfold.

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Highlights from Hollywood at Home featuring Bobi Wine & Moses Bwayo: 

Bobi Wine on Bob Marley, Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, and Arnold Schwarzenegger: “Guys like Bob Marley…[and] Muhammad Ali…I kept imagining – what if Bob Marley went into leadership, and actually…effected the things that he cried out for in his music? What if Muhammad Ali with all that star power, and all the support, what if he ran for political office? What if Malcolm X did– what if Martin Luther King did, but they never did…I was inspired by people like Arnold Schwarzenegger, who actually went from acting to doing it…So I thought that we could transform this power, from just saying the right things, to doing the right things.”

When Bobi Wine’s wife went all-in on the revolution: “My wife thought I was becoming too radical [then]…when I was kidnapped by the military – tortured so bad, my driver killed. My wife came and visited me in military prison and saw how much they tortured me. She suddenly said, ‘You know what? From today, I am in. This has got to end.’”

Bwayo on the most challenging moment during filming: “When Bobi and [his wife] Barbie were placed under house arrest, we kind of knew something bad was going to happen around the election…It’s, like, imminent danger that…something could go wrong…mentally, it was just a very scary place to be.”

More about Hollywood at Home:
Hosted by The Creative Coalition CEO Robin Bronk, “Hollywood at Home” brings listeners intimate portraits, key moments of discovery, and “art and soul” conversations with iconic entertainment industry personalities from the big screen to the boardroom, from L.A. to D.C. Listen now at

Previous guests include Sheryl Lee Ralph (“Abbott Elementary”), Marlee Matlin (“CODA”), Jason Alexander (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”), Alan Cumming (“Schmigadoon!, “The Good Wife”), Patricia Heaton (“Everybody Loves Raymond,” “The Middle”), Eric McCormack (“Will and Grace”), Willie Garson (“And Just Like That…”), Colman Domingo (“Euphoria”), Kerry Ehrin (“The Morning Show”), Wendi McLendon-Covey (“The Goldbergs”), Ken Olin (“This is Us,” “Thirtysomething”), Anthony Rapp (“Star Trek: Discovery”), Grace Caroline Currey (Shazam!), and Alfre Woodard (Clemency, “Luke Cage”), among others.

More about The Creative Coalition:
Founded in 1989 by prominent members of the creative community, The Creative Coalition is the premier nonprofit, nonpartisan 501(c)(3) organization of the arts and entertainment community. The Creative Coalition is dedicated to educating its members on issues of public importance. The Creative Coalition also creates award-winning public service campaigns, including #RightToBearArts, to promote the efficacy of the arts. Actor Tim Daly serves as the organization’s President. For more information, visit

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