When the U.S. government started formally negotiating with the Taliban in Doha, Qatar, in 2019, Tamana Ayazi was concerned the process excluded prevalent fears of Afghan women that a Taliban return to power would deprive them of their basic human rights.
A filmmaker, Ayazi, decided to tell the world what was at stake for Afghan women through a documentary centered on the life of a prominent Afghan woman.
“We began filming in January 2020,” Ayazi told VOA.
The ambitious project, however, was stalled by months of COVID-19 restrictions followed by rapid changes in Afghanistan after the Taliban returned to power, forcing Ayazi out of the country before she could put the final pieces together.
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