Najibullah’s film documents the two weeks he spent with Hezb-i-Islami, Taliban and Al Qaeda fighters in the troubled Kunduz and Baghlan provinces in Afghanistan. Witnessing dramatic attacks on NATO supply routes, he captures the day-to-day lives of the insurgents - complaints of boredom, the cold, and arguments with their commanders.
Najibullah – a 2002 Rory Peck Award winner - is an Afghan-born freelance reporter, cameraman and field producer. His most recent works include ‘The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan’, and a series of films for WNET/Wide Angle.
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