Art For Peace
Creative Activism • 14m
The world’s youngest county, South Sudan, plunged into civil war just two years after being formed. Can it actually be poetry, film and music that will end the cyclical violence in this part of east Africa? Meet the brave young people turning their backs on hatred – are they the ones to truly form a new, peaceful nation.
Director: Shanshan Chen
Producers: Georgina Cooper, Nicky Milne, Shanshan Chen
15 min | UK
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