Language: English
24 min 53 s | 439 MiB | 2 467 kb/s | 1280x664 | AAC @ 64.0 kb/s | mkv

Two elderly men in Sudan race to save the national film archive, as reels of rare footage disintegrate in its vaults. Benjamin and Awad run Sudan's national film archive. The two men, who have worked together for more than 40 years, are devoted to protecting their country's visual memories.
Home to some 13,000 films, the archive preserves pivotal moments of Sudan's turbulent history and is one of the largest in Africa. But the archive is in a fragile state. Following years of neglect and poor storage, many film reels are turning to dust in Sudan's unforgiving tropical climate.

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