The story of the people of the Blue Nile and Nuba Mountains in Sudan, showing how they deal with civil war with music.
A quartet of powerful, hard-hitting short films that lay bare the disturbing reality of everyday life in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A farewell letter, a furious lamentation to a mother, a land, a hero, a victim, a martyr. This is a symbolic social-political voyage of a society spiralling between religion, identity and collective memory
Wahenga (The Ancestors) Synopsis John Kitime, an energetic musician in his 60s, puts together a band to revive the dying sound of Tanzanian Zilipendwa, music from the early independence era
In war torn DRC Congo, is it possible for a country choked by the legacy of five million deaths to successfully move on?
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