Munizae Jahangir

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Munizae Jahangir



Munizae Jahangir completed her BA from McGill University, Canada, in political science and English and her MA in Media Studies from the New School University in New York. She has produced and directed a number of well received films, which includes, "Search for Freedom," a feature length documentary on 4 Afghan women and "Baloch battlefield" on the recent insurgency in Balochistan. Search for Freedom was amongst sixteen films chosen from around the world to be screened at Amnesty International's USA film festivals around the US. The film is now being distributed by Women Make Movies in North America and was broadcast on ABC (Australia). The film has been screened at several festivals around the world. "The Baloch Battlefield" was broadcast on NDTV and was the final four nominees at Indian Television Award. Jahangir also produced and directed, "Across the LOC: Kashmir" on Indian Administered Kashmir, which was well received at various festivals in India and Pakistan. Jahangir has reported on wide ranging issues in Pakistan from the destruction caused by the 2006 earthquake, insurgency in Balochistan, India Pakistan peace process, conditions of minorities in Sindh, judicial crises, foreign relations, sports and entertainment. Jahangir has also interviewed leaders such as Benazir Bhutto, Nawaz Sharif, Yasin Malik, The Dalai Lama and many others. Jahangir earlier worked as an anchor reporter for the 'Current Affairs Channel,' Pakistan National Television, where she directed and reported on environmental issues, child labor and Human Rights abuses. She has also worked with Pakistan's national female film director Samina Peerzada on the Urdu commercial film 'Shararat'. She has working at Geo TV as a producer and a supervising producer, and is currently Pakistan correspondent for India's NDTV.



 



 




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Asif Khan ( Nowshera,Pakistan) Monday, February 27, 2012 5:38:38 AM (MDT - USA)
Assalamo Alaikom... My name is asif khan,i like so much your style of interviewing a leader or any one.the thing which i like about you is that you keep yourself emotionaly touched with the topic.this thing i feel in yours interview with musharraf.keep it up.my prays are always with you Inshallah you will get alots of sucsess.add me in your friends list in facebook.i have sended a request to you.i need creative friends like you. THANK YOU from ASIF KHAN

MrKhan ( canada,Pakistan) Monday, August 1, 2011 8:23:17 PM (MDT - USA)
ziyada achi anchor nahi ho , abhi bahut se hamiyan hain tum main ,koshish karo

khalid ahmed ( lahore,Pakistan) Thursday, December 23, 2010 2:05:03 PM (MDT - USA)
salaam my name is khalid ahmed khan from lahore and i always watch your interviews with the various leaders and high levels officials. You are so nice in your dept. Keep it up and i love you so much thanks one of your fan's

Rizwan ( Toronto,Canada) Saturday, November 27, 2010 5:37:58 PM (MDT - USA)
I watched her 1 video reagrding bugti related with mushaaraaf , She did well to ask question with him, But it seems like he was on one side support which is against mushrraf. I guess journalist should maintain their gesture when have interview with any one and always keep try to hide his/her like and dislikes to towards any one let people to decide what is the outcome.In this inteviewed she asked a lot of fake question but musharraf did well .

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