Sudan-based Hajooj Kuka got down to doc life in refugee camps. His movies embody Beats of the Antonov – on warfare, music and the resilience of the folks of the Blue Nile and Nuba Mountains – and Darfur’s Skeleton, which tells the tales of Sudanese folks displaced by battle. He co-founded the Refugee Membership, bringing collectively artists with related backgrounds to focus on the plight of displaced folks in Sudan.

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A brand new movie, aKasha, is a comedy, regardless of being set in a battle zone. “The revolution must be enjoyable,” he explains. “You may’t obtain change with only one election – you might want to go on and on, and the wrestle have to be artistic, it have to be hopeful.”

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