15 films Found
Between 2007 and 2008, renowned photojournalist John D. McHugh followed the US military during its campaign in Afghanistan. His report provided a glimpse into a typical day in a war ravaged nation for both foreign soldiers and local citizens alike.
Journalist Yalda Hakim was commended for expertly handling a surprise from a Taliban spokesperson while she was live on BBC News. In this archive report – her first ever for SBS Australia’s Dateline – she returns to her birthplace of Kabul.
For this exceptional report, the crew gained access to a Taliban compound near Kandahar. In exclusive interviews, Taliban fighters reveal their growing confidence and rising popularity among Afghans.
Our camera goes on a dangerous journey to understand Afghanistan. Why can't we bring peace to a nation longing for it? A uniquely Iranian perspective on Afghanistan.
Kabul is divided between the rich and poor, optimism and pessimism, development and disappointment. As entrepreneurs pump money into a steadily increasing economy, the poor are being left even further behind.
'Kites' tells the inspiring story of Kabul's budding young video producers. Through a clever combination of the students' video and their mentor Jacek Szaranski's artful camera work, we take a look at the use of video and high tech in a world more commonly associated with a backward and warmongering existence. A world where under the Taliban it was forbidden to show pictures of human beings, let …
In Pakistan's Islamic boarding schools, young teenage boys are brainwashed into carrying out terrorist attacks. Most of the time, they don't even know that they will be killed along with their targets.
Internationally acclaimed Photographer Stephen Dupont narrowly escaped a suicide blast in Afghanistan. After 20 years of recording the plight of others, he was now turning the lens on himself.