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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Mohamed Subahi’s film chronicles Sudan's citizen uprising against 30 years of oppression, spurred by the rallying cry for 'freedom, peace, and justice.' Through virtual mobilisation, youth protests topple the president. Amidst violence and political turmoil, their hopeful organising and pursuit of a civilian state, Madaniya, persist.

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13 June, 6:30pm, The Light
14 June, 11am, Curzon

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