Amsterdam International Film Festival (IDFA) award-winning documentary, The Etilaatroz reflects on the fall of Kabul and captures the chaotic moments of the day it fell to the hands of the Taliban. It shows how the people panicked when the Afghan security forces lost control of the country. August 15, 2021 was the day when the government collapsed, and people rushed to the airport to flee the country. Abbas Rezaei, writer and filmmaker picked up his camera and started filming the chaotic moments starting from his office, The Etilaatroz.
Lutf Ali Sultani
worked as writer/reporter with Etilaatroz newspapers. Currently, he is a fellow at the Afghanistan Policy Lab at Princeton School of Public and International Affairs.
is an award-winning international correspondent for National Public Radio. Her reporting on the Middle East and refugees in the U.S. is regularly featured on NPR’s Morning Edition, Weekend Edition, and All Things Considered.
is an Afghan journalist and Editor-in-Chief of Etilaatroz News Paper. He is the winner of 2020 Transparency International Anti-corruption Award.