NO MAN'S LAND

“Accomplished and affecting” – Shortlist / Globe & Mail
“Exceptional” - TV GUIDE

This film travels to the front lines of Sarajevo and Afganistan, and also portrays famous women reporters as far back as WW2 and Vietnam. With shocking footage and insightful interviews, this documentary explores the lives of these death-defying women who have chosen to work in an area of journalism once almost entirely occupied by men.

Produced by BISHARI FILM PRODUCTIONS INC. 
in association with the CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION (CBC) 
with the participation of the ONTARIO FILM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (OFDC) and TELEFILM CANADA
BISHARI Film Productions Inc.1994© • 56 mins. 
Media Studies, War, Women Writers


Women war correspondents, history, contemporary war journalists, bearing witness, conflict, news, Siege of Sarajevo, Bosnia War, Kabul, Afghanistan, warlords, Gulbadin Hecmatyar, BBC, Lyse Doucet, Times of London, Janine di Giovanni, welcome to hell,  Zlata Filipovic, diary