Short notice on our part (sorry), but if you don’t have evening plans already, get yourself down to Education City this evening for the first-ever screening of the documentary “Sudan: Divided Identity, Divided Land.”

Filmed and edited by Northwestern University in Qatar students Shereena Qazi and Ola Diab, here’s how they describe it:

This documentary was shot two weeks after the separation of South Sudan focusing and exploring the unreported crucial issue of Afro-Arab identity crisis in Sudan. What this documentary does differently is tell you the story from the voices of the Sudanese people themselves.

WHEN: Today,5-7pm. Starting with a light dinner, the screening, and then (presumably) a Q&A with the creators.

WHERE: At Northwestern University in Qatar’s Forum, room 3035. (Note: NU-Q is located on the 3rd floor of the Carnegie Mellon University building in Education City.)

Want to know more about the film? Check out the Peninsula’interview with the two student filmmakers.

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