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State of the Talib (2001)
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Call no.:
VHS DS371.3 .S753 2001
Title:
State of the Talib
Alternate titles:
Afghanistan :
State of the Taliban
Originally produced:
2001
Format:
VHS
Summary:
This documentary traces the history of the Taliban from its rise to power in 1994 to its dominance over the Afghan population. Through interviews with Afghan civilians and refugees this program examines the ideology and objectives of this militant Islamic organization and the tactics they use that often violate human rights and are contrary to the beliefs of many who follow the Islamic religion.
Credits:
a Journeyman Pictures production.
Publication:
Morris Plains, NJ : Lucerne Media [distributor], [2001]
Languages:
English narration; spoken Pushto with English voice-overs.
Details:
1 VHS (50 min.) : sound, color
Studio(s):
Journeyman Pictures (Firm)
Director(s):
Purdue, Keely
Producer(s):
Stucke, Mark
Production:
Exec. producer, Mark Stucke ; director, Keely Purdue ; editor, Sam Bailey.
Subjects:
Taliban History.
Taliban Afghanistan History.
Islam and politics Afghanistan.
Islamic fundamentalism Afghanistan.
Human rights Afghanistan.
Women Afghanistan Social conditions.
Children Afghanistan Social conditions.
Afghans Interviews.
Refugees Pakistan.
Afghanistan Politics and government 1989-2001.
Afghanistan History 1989-2001.
Genre:
Documentary films.
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Location: Museum Library
Format: VHS
Region: NTSC (North America)
Genre: Documentary films
Year: 2000s
Spoken language: Pushto
Subtitles: English
Title: State of the Talib
Director: Purdue, Keely
Production studio: Journeyman Pictures (Firm)
Film technique: Live action
Cover image available: No