Huge questions loom about the status of an archive of thousands of films that dates back to 1927.
Sahraa Karimi, the first female president of the Afghan state film company, says the Taliban's rule will threaten women and free expression.
In the mid-1990s, many films were lost during the Taliban's reign of Afghanistan, but archivists in Kabul are trying to wrest these movies from being lost to history.
Habibullah Ali's efforts to digitally restore thousands of lost movies have turned him into the savior of Afghan film history.
Academy Disqualifies Afghan Oscar Submission 'Utopia'
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