Al Jazeera- Farewell Kabul
Al Jazeera- Farewell Kabul
Save the Children: Race for Survival in Kabul, 2014
Save the Children: Race for Survival in Kabul, 2014
UNICEF: Stopping polio in its tracks
UNICEF: Stopping polio in its tracks
ABC: 'Green-on-blue' Afghan attacker would kill again
ABC: 'Green-on-blue' Afghan attacker would kill again
Economist: Why Afghanistan's presidential deal isn't an end to the country's troubles
Economist: Why Afghanistan's presidential deal isn't an end to the country's troubles
Al Jazeera WITNESS: Stranded in Kabul
Al Jazeera WITNESS: Stranded in Kabul
Global Citizen: Maternal Health
Global Citizen: Maternal Health
UNICEF: An Afghan girl and her family live on the edge of survival
UNICEF: An Afghan girl and her family live on the edge of survival
Save the Children: Girls' Education in Uruzgan
Save the Children: Girls' Education in Uruzgan
Save the Children: Girls' education threatened
Save the Children: Girls' education threatened
Cordaid: Cooperatives in Afghanistan
Cordaid: Cooperatives in Afghanistan
Save the Children: Saleha goes to school
Save the Children: Saleha goes to school
Arzu: Future Valedictorians
Arzu: Future Valedictorians
Economist: Afghanistan's pivotal election: A new dawn?
Economist: Afghanistan's pivotal election: A new dawn?
Cordaid: Midwives Changing Mazar
Cordaid: Midwives Changing Mazar
ARZU: Frank Gehry
ARZU: Frank Gehry
The Last One
The Last One
Afghanistan's Mes Aynak (cinematography teaser)
Afghanistan's Mes Aynak (cinematography teaser)
Al Jazeera- Farewell KabulFarewell Kabul, produced and directed by Gulistan Mirzaei and Elissa Bogos Mirzaei.
Save the Children: Race for Survival in Kabul, 2014Directed, filmed and edited by Elissa Bogos Mirzaei
UNICEF: Stopping polio in its tracksVaccinators are out in full force after a new case of polio was discovered in Afghanistan's capital.Directed, filmed & edited by Gulistan Mirzaei and Elissa Bogos MirzaeiA Mirzaei Films production for UNICEF
ABC: 'Green-on-blue' Afghan attacker would kill again
Economist: Why Afghanistan's presidential deal isn't an end to the country's troublesMirzaei Films, Elissa Bogos Mirzaei, Gulistan Mirzaei, Kabul, Afghanistan, Economist, Afghan elections
Al Jazeera WITNESS: Stranded in KabulAs foreign troops prepare to withdraw from Afghanistan, one young Afghan secretly devises his own escape.A Mirzaei Films production for Al Jazeera EnglishProduced, directed, filmed and edited by Gulistan Mirzaei & Elissa Bogos Mirzaei 
Global Citizen: Maternal HealthPremiered before an audience of 70,000 at the Global Citizen Festival in New York, NY. 
UNICEF: An Afghan girl and her family live on the edge of survivalIn an informal settlement in Kabul, Afghanistan, Fereshta, 15, struggles to help her family get through another hard winter.A Mirzaei Films production for UNICEFDirected by Gulistan Mirzaei & Elissa Bogos Mirzaei
Save the Children: Girls' Education in Uruzgan
Save the Children: Girls' education threatened
Cordaid: Cooperatives in AfghanistanMirzaei Films for CordaidMazar, Balkh, Afghanistan
Save the Children: Saleha goes to schoolVideo for Save the Children of a girl's school in Deh Subz AfghanistanElissa Bogos Mirzaei / Gulistan Mirzaei
Arzu: Future ValedictoriansCreated in collaboration with Patrick Creadon Bamiyan, Afghanistan, 2013A Mirzaei Films production for Arzu 
Economist: Afghanistan's pivotal election: A new dawn?Mirzaei Films, Elissa Bogos Mirzaei, Gulistan Mirzaei, Kabul, Afghanistan, Economist, Afghan elections
Cordaid: Midwives Changing MazarMirzaei Films for CordaidMazar, Balkh, Afghanistan
ARZU: Frank GehryCollaboration with Patrick CreadonFilmed in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, for Arzu 
The Last OneZeblon Simontov is the last Jew of AfghanistanA Mirzaei Films production
Afghanistan's Mes Aynak (cinematography teaser)Just an hour’s drive south of Kabul lies an ancient city of Buddhist monasteries. Mes Aynak ("Little Copper Well") sits in an area with a strong Taliban presence, and the site is guarded by a 2,500-man police force. But it's not only the archaeology they're protecting: the site happens to sit right on top of an estimated $100 billion of copper in what is believed to be the world's second largest copper reserve.
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