State-owned Afghan Film will have a female director for the first time in its history
The state-owned Afghan film industry, Afghan Film, will have a female director for the first time its 51-year history, officials announced Wednesday.
The Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission announced late on Wednesday that Sahraa Karimi has been appointed as the director of the state-owned film industry, Afghan Film.
The Chairman of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission Nader Nadery said Karimi was appointed as Director General of Afghan Film through a merit-based process conducted by the commission.
Nadery further added that Karimi will assume charge of the Afghan Film next week.