Awards 

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ISIS in Afghanistan wins three awards at the 2017 New York Film Festival.

ISIS in Afghanistan wins two 2015 EMMY awards in the ‘Best Report in a News Magazine’ and ‘Outstanding Coverage of a News Story in a News Magazine’ categories.
ISIS in Afghanistan wins a 2015 Peabody Award. 
Opium Brides wins the 2013 EMMY Award for ‘Outstanding Investigative Journalism in a News Magazine’ category and Battle for Syria wins in the ‘Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a News Magazine’ category.
Opium Brides wins a 2013 duPont Colombia Award and Behind Enemy Lines wins in 2011.
Overseas Press Club awards Opium Brides the 2012 award for “Best International Reporting in the Broadcast Media Showing a Concern for the Human Condition.”

Battle For Syria is nominated for the ‘Best Current Affairs Production’ at the Impact Media Awards in 2012.

 

In the Hands of al-Qaeda is one of three finalists in the Rory Peck Awards for IMPACT in 2012.

 

Pakistan’s Open Secret and Opium Brides are selected to screen at the 2012 United Nations Film Festival, which has the theme of ‘human dignity.’

 

The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan wins the prestigious Amnesty International UK Media Award in the TV documentary category. The award ‘recognises excellence in human rights reporting and acknowledge journalism’s significant contribution to the public’s awareness.’

 

Pakistan’s Open Secret wins a Platinum Remi at World-fest Houston, one of the largest and oldest film festivals in North America.

 

The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan is nominated in the 2011 BAFTA Television Awards in the Single Documentary category, wins the Sidney Hillman prize for Broadcast Journalism, the 2011 REMI special prize at World-Fest Houston and the FIGRA award.
Jamie presents The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan at the 2011 One World Film Festival in Prague. The film won the ‘Right to Know Category,’ awarded for drawing attention to unknown or suppressed issues concerning human rights.
Behind Enemy Lines wins the 2011 History Makers Award for Best Current Affairs in New York.
Behind Enemy Lines wins the 2010 Rory Peck Trust Features Award.

Behind Enemy Lines wins an AIB Award under Best Current Affairs Documentary.
Dancing Boys of Afghanistan is shortlisted for the Grierson Documentary Awards.
Clover has a double win at the One World Media Awards in 2010. Africa Rising wins the MDG category and Behind Enemy Lines wins the TV documentary category.
Behind Enemy Lines is nominated for a 2009 BAFTA award in the Current Affairs category.
and from a while ago..
Afghan Massacre: Convoy of Death wins the WorldFest Houston Film Festival 2004 Gold Special Jury Award in the independent theatrical feature films and video category. 
Need for Speed wins top award at New York Film Festivals 2004.
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The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan

An award-winning crew investigates a sexual exploitation ring operated by Afghan warlords. Hundreds of boys as young as 10, taken off the streets on the promise of a new life away from poverty, whose real fate is to be used for entertainment and sex. read more

Afghan Massacre: The Convoy of Death

A horrific forced journey was undertaken by thousands of prisoners who surrendered to America and its Afghan allies after the 2001 siege of Kunduz: many are believed to be buried in a mass grave in northern Afghanistan. Jamie Doran investigates. read more

Afghanistan: Behind Enemy Lines

Award-winning Afghan journalist Najibullah Quraishi spent an extraordinary 10 days living and filming with an insurgent cell, allied with Al Qaeda to sabotage a key U.S./NATO supply route. There were some lucky escapes, as Quraishi's own luck began to run out. read more