Award-winning docudrama ‘Mully’ to be released on Valentine’s Day

From Award-winning actor/director Scott Haze and Academy Award®-winning executive producer James Moll comes the dramatic story of the life of Dr. Charles M. Mully.

One of Africa’s most respected humanitarians, Mully is the father of “The World’s Largest Family”, having rescued more than 18,000 children from the despair of abject poverty on the streets of Kenya. The docudrama, MULLY takes audiences on the journey of one man who personally experienced and overcame the deepest depths of poverty to become a burning fire of hope for Kenya and beyond.

After touching the hearts of North American audiences and winning multiple awards at film festivals across the USA, the team behind this remarkable story is making the film available for free all around the world from Valentine’s Day, Sunday February 14th, 2021 onwards. MULLY, originally in English, will also be available dubbed in Spanish and German as well as subtitled in 15 other languages at

What happens when a six-year-old boy is abandoned by his family and left to raise himself on the streets? MULLY isn’t your ordinary rags-to-riches tale; it’s the true story of Charles Mully, whose unlikely stratospheric rise to wealth and power leaves him questioning his existence, searching for meaning in life. Against the better judgment of his family and community, Mully sets out to enrich the fate of orphaned children across Kenya. Jeopardising his life and the security of his family, he risks everything and sets in motion an astonishing series of events that changed not only his life forever, but also thousands of children and the larger community.

Dr. Mully said

“The love shown by audiences in the US is testimony to the value placed by many not only to hard work, but sacrifice, service and humility in caring for those who need it most in our society. The power of transformation through inspiring hope and empowerment of the marginalised is achieved when we put our hearts and efforts together.  As the whole world undergoes countless turmoil, pain and heartache, MULLY movie challenges us to show a little more love and care; to be more humane without discrimination as all human beings deserve equal respect, and a second chance as that which Christ has given us.”

“2020 was a year of heartache, pain and overwhelming uncertainty for so many. MULLY is the kind of film that lifts people up, providing hope and the notion that anything is truly possible” added writer/director Scott Haze. “By sharing this film with the world for free, we hope Mully’s story will resonate with an even wider audience and inspire a new generation of changemakers for the greater good.”

MULLY is written, produced and directed by Scott Haze (Child of God, Thank You For Your Service, Jurassic World: Dominion). Executive Producers include Academy Award-winning producer James Moll (Foo Fighters: Back and Forth, The Last Days), John Bardis, and Paul Blavin, alongside producers Lukas Behnken (American Skin, The Sound of Freedom) of Sterling Light Productions, and Elissa Shay. Golden Globe and Emmy Award®-nominee Benjamin Wallfisch (Dunkirk, The Invisible Man) composed the feature’s powerful musical score.

In addition to rescuing over 18,000 children for more than 30 years, Mully Children’s Family (MCF) is now the largest children’s rehabilitation organisation in Africa. Orphans not only receive food, clothing, and shelter in a loving, family environment, they are educated from kindergarten through high school with many receiving scholarships to university with exceptional grades. Countless children have gone on to become doctors, engineers, scientists, teachers, lawyers and entrepreneurs in Kenya and beyond.

In 1989, when Mully initially moved to an arid property in Ndalani, Kenya in order to house his growing family, they miraculously found water deep underground and today it’s a completely self-sustaining 503-acre farm with its own micro-climate, man-made dams, with a realised goal of planting at least a million trees per year on their land or in the wider community. The farmland as well as other entrepreneurial initiatives creates a valuable revenue stream for the entire MCF organisation supplying domestic and international markets.

Since MULLY movie was made and released in the US, the organisation has received a significant increase in donations for various projects including the establishment of an entirely new center in Malindi to cater for young girls, a water purification plant and a poultry project for improved sustainability. MCF has welcomed a surge of new volunteers travelling to Kenya as well as requests from around the globe for those wishing to learn more about “The Mully Model” in their home countries, many seeking to be trained on best practices in agriculture, entrepreneurship, sustainability, child rescue and rehabilitation, among others.

Charles Mully’s altruistic and entrepreneurial spirit has driven MCF to become an integral hub of philanthropic and environmental innovation in Kenya influencing thought leaders around the globe.

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