At the core of this documentary from war reporter Hajooj Kuka is a music movement. Telling the story of the Sudanese populations of the Blue Nile and Nuba Mountain regions, the film is structured around the daily bombings carried out by the Sudanese government aiming to blast these 'rebels' out of existence. These tactics have only reinforced a determination to preserve a specifically African culture and led to the rich mix of music that has sprung up around the impromptu celebrations staged after surviving each bombing.FREE15yrs+We recommend booking for all events. We often have a number of spaces that become available on the day, however please book to guarantee your place. Please note that for free events, unclaimed spaces will be re-allocated promptly at the stated event start time. We recommend arriving 15 minutes before the event to sign in.