Fazila Amiri and Hangama Amiri | Canada, Afghanistan | 2015 | 5 mins
The psychology of Afghan women under decades of war and oppression depicted through visual sequences combining intermingling scenes from both the realms of reality and dreams.
My Motherland was an official selection of the 2016 WVN Online Film Festival.
This film is part of the Women's Voices Now Film Archive. Women’s Voices Now amplifies the voices of all women by promoting the free expression of women's struggles for civil, economic, political, and gender rights worldwide. By providing free online platforms for film, art, writing, and social-media activism, we connect people and resources striving for global women's rights.