This sums up the future of Afghanistan. 250,000 lives lost, 20 years lost, trillions spent, and the United States managed to replace the Taliban and Al Qaeda with the Taliban, Al Qaeda and Haqqani as Interior Minister.
Community Supported Film urgently needs resources to support our Afghan colleagues. We are establishing an Afghan Evacuation & Resettlement Fund. The funds will be used for ground evacuations and resettlement support during the long process of applying for asylum in the US.
After a thirty-four-hour sleepless marathon, we finally got three CSFilm colleagues and their families through the hell of the Taliban checkpoints...
Studying this google image to try and learn how my Afghan friends, trainees, mentors, beloved people can get out of this terror. They must reach...
From the Haitian Artists Institute: Here we share a list of a few trusted, local, Haitian-led organizations working in the affected regions should you want to help the relief efforts. These groups have our full confidence.
Terrified and threatened – these are the images and emails I am receiving from Afghanistan today – you can help
Please contact your senators and representatives and tell them that the Priority 2 Referral program that they legislated on August 2nd is not being implemented fast enough to save Afghans who have worked with the media and international NGOs. TARGETED KILLIINGS ARE HAPPENING – despite the sweet talk of the Taliban.
Our Afghan filmmakers-journalists-humanitarians terrified and at Kabul airport as Taliban take control
Update on the rapid gains of the Taliban and its impact on filmmakers and others that have worked with CSFilm: The horror of the Taliban taking Kabul and power is terrifying millions.
At a time in a country where any female in cinema is considered a cheap woman if not an outright prostitute, one needs valor, thick skin, and a tremendous threshold for suffering.
There are thousands of Afghan kids on the street who make a living by begging, waxing shoes, washing cars and much more.
Majid starts receiving calls. Some are from Afghan members of parliament. Some are from unknown callers who reject the allegations and demand Majid to quit reporting or he might not be aboveground to receive their next call. The man on the other end of the line can be anyone. He can be Majid’s cousin who has joined the Taliban.
Single Shot Cinema uses one shot to communicate the essence of how a place feels to be lived in.
We want to experience your Afghanistan as you are seeing, hearing, and feeling it.
It is the 10th anniversary of Community Supported Film's distribution of the films made by Afghans during our training project, The Fruit of Our...