Afghan director Sahra Mani will go to Cannes with ‘Bread And Roses’ documentary
Sahra Mani, a filmmaker and director from Afghanistan, is going to the Cannes Film Festival with the documentary ‘Bread and Roses’. The documentary is narrating the story of Afghan women who are living under the Taliban’s restrictions in Afghanistan, after the collapse of the country.
This documentary is going to have a special screening at the Cannes Film Festival.
According to Deadline’s news, the documentary “Bread and Red Flowers” is produced By Jennifer Lawrence & Justine Ciarrocchi’s “Excellent Cadaver” film company.
This documentary is about three women who desperately try to regain their independence and tell their stories.
In 2019, Sahra Mani made the documentary A Thousand Girls Like Me about a young woman seeking justice after years of sexual abuse by her father which was played at HotDocs, Sheffield, and IDFA.
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