"This documentary has been made under the "Mera Ghar" Project with the support of GTZ and the Aurat Foundation Pakistan"--Insert. Not viewed. Source used: videodisc cover. Received: 2008-05-22 from Islamabad OvOp Office; viewing copy; purchase; LC Purchase Collection.
Lahore with the backdrop of a violent sport, kickboxing, tries to depict a strong message of unity and sportsman spirit between two nations, India and Pakistan. It's a statement on the impact of sports on the lives of people through the medium of two brothers and their love for each other.
The videography depicts the local communities way of life before and after PPAF's intervention. The Serendip team has captured the clarity of thought and vision behind the scheme implementation and the men and women who are striving to motivate their communities to take charge of their fate. "A dream realized" advocates the social revival.
Last speech of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto (1953-2007) in Rawalpindi before her assassination on Dec. 27, 2007. Includes her interview recorded by ARY One World televison several days before her death.
Bhutto, Benazir - Pakistan People's Party - Lc Purchase Collection (library of Congress)
Volume 4 of a compilation series containing documentaries on the archaelogical, historical and cultural study of Pakistan. Segment 1 is in English; segments 2 and 4 are in Urdu; segment 3 is in Urdu with English commentary.
To initiate bilateral communication and break ice between two nuclear rival countries over 50 years, Serendip produced and conceived a television series the first programme of which, "Moving Closer" brought Bollywood (India) and Lollywood (Pakistan) together for a series that made history. it became the market leader that resulted in the initiation of peace process and opened the floodgates for people to people contact.
A feature film fantasy, in which a democratic state is ruled by women. The women's mannerisms are masculine, and the men are effeminate. Their roles are reversed as a result of the fallout from the explosion of a "chemical" bomb, which the woman head of state purchases from an alien power, in order to avenge the excesses perpetrated by a male-dominated society on women. ...
Documentary with interviews translated in English subtitles on how the villagers who had not been interested in education for their girls but who changed their minds when they saw the effects of the Northers Area Education Project which lasted from 1996 to 2003 with the help of 2,000 teachers and school buildings funded by the British government and NGO's to create access to schools, ...
Designed as a trigger video for the LEAD (Leadership for Environment and Development) international training session held in Lahore in February 2001, the film highlights issues of governance, natural resource management and sustainable community development across three geographically diverse regions of Pakistan.
Amongst the stunning valleys of the Northern Pakistan ignorance has reigned supreme. Here education and education especially for girls was almost down to a minimum. The AKESP over the last ten years has turned the tide. This film follows the lives of the people of these small isolated mountain communities who have progressed with this EU funded project which has brought about attitudinal change ...
Speech on government policies with special reference to relationship between Pakistan and the United States by a noted religious scholar of North West Frontier Province of Pakistan at Peshawar on August 14, 2003.