There are two main thrusts to this film that were fighting against each other; the strong passion for cinema, and the weak delivery of the documentary.
Passion for cinema - this is crammed with love for the medium; vintage cinema restoration, dusty celluloid cans, old-timey equipment, and four men determined to revive public movie screenings against the odds in a country where movies have been banned/heavily suppressed for 30 years. Their 'cinema roadshows' look fantastic.
Presentation - unfortunately, this focuses on the minutiae of the beurocratic struggle, ignoring the wider context of modern Sudanese history, and even the very interesting history of the four leads - both are hinted at, but skimmed over. Not sure if this was intentional - to avoid government trouble - or just weak film-making.
An interesting film that explains why there are so few Sudanese movies - but the pace prevented me from enjoying it as much as I wanted.