Sahra Mani is a multiple award-winning filmmaker. She received her master’s degree in documentary filmmaking from the University of Arts London with high distinction and her BA in Film and Cinema. Sahra’s works as a producer and director have had huge impact on women rights, equality and justice.
As a lecturer at Kabul University, she organized several film festivals and offered training and mentoring in Afghanistan. Mani’s films have screened at film festivals around the world and aired on broadcast networks globally. Her work as an Impact Campaign producer raises awareness and promotes action for issues and causes that demand social changes.
Sahra was a jury member for several film festivals and competitions like World Food Forum FF 2021, International Photo Competition on Global Health and Gender at UCL London 2020, and Rumi FF in Sweden 2018.
Her full-length documentary film, A THOUSAND GIRLS LIKE ME, was screened at many film festivals like HotDocs, Sheffield, and IDFA and won more than 25 awards worldwide, including three GOLD Awards at New York Festivals TV & Film, One World Media Award 2019, Full Frame Film Festival, and San Francisco Film Festival.http://www.afghanistandochouse.com/280-2/