The arrival of president Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir in 1989 brought Sudan's film industry to a crashing halt. Cinema doors were closed for thirty years and filmmakers went underground.
Thousands of families in Sudan have been affected by flooding caused by two months of heavy rain, with many forced into temporary accommodation.
The agreement follows the overthrow of long time leader Omar Bashir.
Huge crowds marched on Sudan's defence ministry on Sunday demanding the ruling military hand over power to civilians, and the authorities said at least seven people were killed and scores injured in protests nationwide.
Dozens paint the walls and streets of their sit-in camp with murals documenting their struggles.