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Without Shepherds

A film about Pakistan

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A 360 degree view inside Hinglaj Mata in Baluchistan

Located on the banks of the Hingol River in Baluchistan, the cave temple of Hinglaj is one of the holiest sites in Hindu Religion.

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Quilted Art

A talk by Tahereh Sheerazie about the quilting workshops she conducted around Pakistan last year. Tahereh speaks on the process of allowing the women to do their own thing, never intervening, except for the demands that it be their own, and ensure quality in the finish, how this exercise in self expression was for them […]

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Adventures in Hingol

Situated along the Makran coast, and occupying an area of about 1,650 square kilometers, Hingol is the largest National Park in the country. The unique terrain of the park is a challenge to the Offroaders with their 4 wheel drives sliding down near vertical river banks, crossing through boulders, shingled land and sinking in soft […]

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Adverse Effects of Ribbon Commercialisation in Karachi

In the past few years the residential areas of Karachi have increasingly been unlawfully commercialized. This has destroyed many residential zones and turned whole areas into commercial districts. Successive master plans have had limited impact influencing development patterns in the city, leaving it unable to cope with the challenges of urban land development.

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The Forgotten Song

A film by Adnan Malik about Pakistani cinema.

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125 years of Aitchison College

Commanding Success, a documentary about Aitchison College portrays the life of an average Aitchisonian from the time of his admission until graduation 13 years later.

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TEDxLahore – Arif Hasan – Building Better Cities

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The Sindhi version of ‘City by the Sea’

This documentary explores alternatives to haphazard development along Karachi’s coastline in light of the basic principles of urban planning.

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Hands Across the Mountains – Building a Model School in Hunza, Pakistan

This summer I filmed a story about how a young American, Elizabeth Tschursin, journeyed to the Hunza Valley in Pakistan and fell in love with the place and its people. My documentary is about how her visit led to the plans to build a school in the small village of Murtazaabad on the Karakoram Highway.

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