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Support a Free Press in Afghanistan

Alexandria Bombach

In 1996, the Taliban banned photography in Afghanistan. Taking a photo was considered a crime. When the regime was removed from Kabul in 2001, their suppression of free speech and press disappeared. Since then, photography has become an outlet for Afghans determined to show the hidden stories of their country.

In this coming year, as foreign troops pull out of the country, international media will inevitably follow. The Taliban is poised to gain influence, if not fully return to power. The future of journalism in Afghanistan is unknown.

The need for local photojournalism here couldn’t be more important in documenting the country’s issues both now, and in the future.

Frame by Frame is a character-driven feature length documentary that follows the story of four Afghan photographers to explore the recent revolution in local photojournalism, and bring to light the importance of a free press in Afghanistan.

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