Sudan cinema: Reviving a forgotten art

Two documentaries at the Berlin Film Festival shine a light on Khartoum behind the headlines

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    Decades ago, a group of idealistic young Sudanese filmmakers launched their careers, but the industry has all but disappeared today.

    Their story is told in one of two new documentaries at the Berlin Film Festival that offer a glimpse of Khartoum behind the headlines.

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports From Berlin.


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