Accolades

Maryam Ebrahimi and Nima Sarvestani
Best Documentary Film, 2011

I Was Worth 50 Sheep (Jag Var Vard 50 Lamm)

Best Documentary Film, 2011

I Was Worth 50 Sheep (Jag Var Vard 50 Lamm)

Winner, Best Documentary Feature Film, 2011 In Afghan culture, it is possible for a father to sell his daughter and receive anywhere between nine cows…

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Maryam Ebrahimi and Nima Sarvestani
Best Documentary Film, 2013

No Burqas Behind Bars (Frihet Bakom Galler)

Best Documentary Film, 2013

No Burqas Behind Bars (Frihet Bakom Galler)

In a prison within a prison, 40 Afghani women and their 34 children are housed in a facility within a 500-man prison. Ironically, in one…

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Films

I Was Worth 50 Sheep
2011

I Was Worth 50 Sheep (Jag Var Vard 50 Lamm)

Sweden, Japan, United States of America
2011

I Was Worth 50 Sheep (Jag Var Vard 50 Lamm)

Winner, Best Documentary Feature Film, 2011 In Afghan culture, it is possible for a father to sell his daughter and receive anywhere between nine cows…

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No Burqas Behind Bars
2013

No Burqas Behind Bars (Frihet Bakom Galler)

Sweden, Japan, Netherlands, Denmark
2013

No Burqas Behind Bars (Frihet Bakom Galler)

In a prison within a prison, 40 Afghani women and their 34 children are housed in a facility within a 500-man prison. Ironically, in one…

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