Aysel was overcome with the fear that someone would see her out, would catch her speaking to a stranger – a boy – and would start rumors at home that she was...Fear
9 October, 2019
That is the distance that separates ethnic Georgians living in breakaway Abkhazia from Georgian-controlled territory. It was the distance separating Badri*, 34, from his wife and children over the summer. The distance keeping Nika*, 23, from his master's degree studies.Fear
9 October, 2019
Children in the Armenian village of Aygepar live with the sounds of bullets. They were born on the frontlines of the 31-year conflict between Armenia and Azerbaija...Fear
3 October, 2019
This film touches on today’s reality. I believe that fears are meant to change along with the times. I wanted to show the types of phobias that new technologies bri...Fear
2 October, 2019
"Victims of violence often prefer to keep silent. They think ‘my husband can beat me, swear at me.’ Their children also become victims.”Fear
1 October, 2019
Celebrating births has become a major industry in Azerbaijan, where event planners say festivities to mark the arrival of a new baby can rival even wedding parties.My Body, My Choice
26 September, 2019
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