Yes, Sudan made movies

From AFRICA IS A COUNTRY Sun Apr 1 2012, 14:55:32

After a week of being bombarded with all sorts of "good news" from the horn of Africa regarding oil and bombings, I decided to use the weekend to search for days of normalcy in Sudan. No, I did not fly to Khartoum but I got a quick memory lane trip via Cinema in Sudan: conversations with [...]

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