Al Jazeera English: Farewell Kabul
Human Rights Watch: Afghanistan Media Under Attack
NRC: Helping Afghan women in Faryab understand and claim their rights
UNICEF: Stopping polio in its tracks
Mirzaei Films for UNICEF
BBC - Farkhunda: The Making of a Martyr
Reporter: Zarghuna Kargar, Camera: Elissa Mirzaei, Film Editor: Gordon Watt, Executive Producer: Kavita Puri, Kabul Producer: Maryam Maseh, Producer: Sara Afshar.
Economist: Why Afghanistan's presidential deal isn't an end to the country's troubles
Economist, Elissa Bogos Mirzaei, Kabul, Afghanistan
Al Jazeera: Stranded in Kabul
As foreign troops prepare to withdraw from Afghanistan, one young Afghan secretly devises his own escape. Directed, filmed and edited for Al Jazeera by Gulistan Mirzaei and Elissa Bogos.
UNICEF: An Afghan girl and her family live on the edge of survival
ABC: 'Green-on-blue' Afghan attacker would kill again
Global Citizen: Maternal Health in Afghanistan
Save the Children- Khalida's Story
Elissa Bogos Mirzaei for Save the Children in Uruzgan, Afghanistan.
Girl's community based education in southern Afghanistan.
ARZU: Future Valedictorians
Elissa Bogos Mirzaei for ARZU Studio Hope. Child education (preschool, kindergarten) in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Music by Lullatone.
Economist: Afghanistan's pivotal election: A new dawn?
Elissa Bogos Mirzaei, Economist, Kabul, Afghanistan
ARZU: Frank Gehry Gets It
Video collaboration between Patrick Creadon (Wordplay, I.O.U.S.A., If You Build It) and Elissa Bogos Mirzaei for ARZU in Bamiyan, Afghanistan.
Carpet weaving, Frank Gehry, Arzu studio hope, documentary
The Last One
Trailer for a documentary film by Gulistan Mirzaei and Elissa Bogos. Zeblon Simontov celebrates the fifth night of Hanukkah alone in his synagogue. He is the last Jew of Afghanistan.
Afghanistan's Little Copper Well
Elissa was the cinematographer on this upcoming documentary about Mes Aynak--an ancient Buddhist archaeological site in afghanistan--and archaeologists' race against time to salvage what they can.
NRK: The Good Will
Save the Children: Involve Children, Save Lives
Save the Children: Early Childhood Development is an Investment for Life
NRC: Female Shelter Experts Help the Most Vulnerable in Kabul
Elissa Sylvia Mirzaei and Gulistan Mirzaei are documentary filmmakers based in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Gulistan was born in Afghanistan and worked for 10 years at the country's only independent newspaper, Kabul Weekly. Elissa has been living in Kabul since 2007, and was previously a stringer for Agence France-Presse (AFP) television in Kabul, where she shot, edited and narrated news reports. She is also a photographer, and her work has been published internationally.
Their first documentary, Stranded in Kabul, premiered on Al Jazeera in July, 2013. Stranded in Kabul was one of 10 films from across Asia that was selected for the first ever Al Jazeera Viewfinder Asia Workshop held in Busan, South Korea, in 2012.