Malek Shafi'i (Afghanistan)

Malek Shafi’i is a founder and director of Afghanistan Human Rights Film Festival and BASA (Afghanistan Cinema Club). He is also a filmmaker and a writer.

Filmography

  • 2012 Bamyan the land of wonders / 25m / documentary for AKF
    Aga Khan Foundation
  • 2009 Savings Groups / 20m / documentary for AKF
    Aga Khan Foundation
  • 2008 Social audit / 20m / documentary for AKF
    Aga Khan Foundation
  • 2007 Self Helping Group / 15m / documentary for UN HABITAT
  • 2007 Up to the Parliament / 40m / documentary
  • 2005 Pamir Territory / 38m / documentary
  • 2005 Drought in Hazarajat / 30m / documentary
  • 2004 End of the Earth / 40m / documentary / 40 minutes
  • **Documentary series**
  • 1999 Rewayat-e – Hejr / 5 episodes / each 15m / Iran
  • 2000 Charaqhaye Rabeta / 5 episodes / each 25m / Iran
  • 2003 Afghanistan, Heart of Asia / 9 episodes / each 25m / Afghanistan
  • 2007 Small City Great Expectations / 6 episodes / each 25m / Afghanistan
  • **Joint documentary movies**
  • 2012 / Mohtarama / documentary / HD / 60m / Co-Directed with Diana Saqab
  • 2010 / These Three Women / documentary / 20m / Co-Directed with Diana Saqab
  • 2009 / Run Roobina Run / documentary / DV CAM / 55 Minutes
  • 2007 / Twenty Five Percent / documentary / DV CAM / 37m

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