Saving Mes Aynak

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  • Genre(s): Documentary
  • Release year: 2014
  • Running time: 60 min
Saving Mes Aynak is a 2014 independent documentary film, directed, produced, shot and edited by Brent E. Huffman. It focuses on Afghan archaeologist Qadir Temori and his struggle to save Mes Aynak, a 5,000-year-old archaeological site in Afghanistan which faces demolition. read more
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Saving Mes Aynak is a 2014 independent documentary film, directed, produced, shot and edited by Brent E. Huffman. It focuses on Afghan archaeologist Qadir Temori and his struggle to save Mes Aynak, a 5,000-year-old archaeological site in Afghanistan which faces demolition. Saving Mes Aynak was the 2014 recipient of a MacArthur Foundation Grant in 2014. Saving Mes Aynak premiered at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam in November 2014. It later aired on Al Jazeera America and Al Jazeera English networks in July 2015 and was also broadcast on multiple other networks in various countries. The film was directed by Brent E. Huffman. He was awarded The International Academic Forum Documentary Film Award in 2015 in part for his work on the film.

Original Release

11/21/2014

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Cast

Directors

Brent E. Huffman

Writers

Brent E. Huffman

Cast

Producers

Brian Gilman Executive Producer
Justine Nagan Executive Producer
Gordon Quinn Executive Producer
Julia Reichert Executive Producer
Brent E. Huffman Producer
Zak Piper Producer
Stephen Talbot Producer
Xiaoli Zhou Producer

Editors

Brent E. Huffman

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