Posts Tagged ‘Afghanistan’

Boxing Girls of Kabul

3 Ways to Watch The Boxing Girls of Kabul Today

* The Boxing Girls of Kabul is now available in DVD and DTO (download to own) format. You may also rent it for 48 hours. Of Afghanistan, we are much more used to seeing images like the ones that opens Ariel Nasr’s feature doc than the ones that follow. It starts like this. In Kabul’s more »

Van Doos in Afghanistan

Filming war: an interview with producer Jacques Turgeon

FilmsThe Craft

*This post is a translation. Read the original French post here. In March an NFB team travelled to Afghanistan to document daily life as experienced by soldiers of the 22e Regiment, the Van Doos, serving in the heat of the conflict. Using footage from this visit, we developed The Van Doos in Afghanistan, a 45-minute more »

Soldier Brother

Soldier Brother creator Kaitlin Jones on siblings and war

I have only one sibling, a younger brother named Paul. I can’t imagine life without him. From our earliest childhood (I remember climbing into his crib at 4 – he would’ve been 2 and a half – and rocking out to invented songs involving rhythmic jumping and wild imaginary-banjo solos), to this day, Paul has more »

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World Premiere of The Van Doos in Afghanistan on NFB.ca

FilmsNews

This post is a translation from French. You can see the original post here. *** Edited on November 11, 2011: Due to overwhelming demand, especially on ONF.ca, we have decided to leave the film The Van Doos in Afghanistan online, for free, until Monday morning, November 14. As of Monday morning, it will be available more »