Muslim Media Watch: “Films by Afghan Women Tell Real Stories of Struggle, Patience, and Hope”

November 15, 2011

 

 

November 15th, 2011
Samya

Women in Afghanistan tend to be depicted as enigmatic objects that defy human comprehension. Media sensationalism and selective reporting bear some of the blame. But thanks to projects like an Afghanistan-based Community Supported Film workshop that trained men and women on how to tell the stories on film, Afghan women are now also using media to represent themselves. Read the full article.

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