The Bamyan Art Academy
To develop a society of peace, where respect to diversity, mutual understanding among various tribes and morality are valued and exchange it to the world through multimedia and cinema.
Offering a potential platform for Afghanistan’s different ethnic minorities to struggle towards a more peaceful and harmonious future via multimedia and cinema. In the long term, we aim to compete in the international level of film making training and producing.
The Bamyan Art Academy was found in 2017 by Rahman Alemi with the above mission and vision which it has been very successful in fulfilling them. The Academy is a team of professional young members is unique and first ever platform in its kind in Afghanistan providing film production services and enabling young generation to fulfil their dreams in the field of film-making. The Bamyan film festival is now an annual event and many of the films produced by the academy students have been awarded prizes at national and international film festivals during the last three years.
We continue to train the potential talented artists both on the theoretical orientation and the exact purpose of the film training project and film making techniques on an international standard level.
آکادمی هنروتلویزیون بامیان، بعنوان یک نهاد فرهنگی وآموزشی درافغانستان وانگلستان ثبت می باشد که از سال 2017 دوره های آموزش فیلم سازی -شامل فیلم برداری، تدوین، کارگردانی، تولید، بازاریابی فیلم، عکاسی و برنامه سازی تلویزیونی را سالانه برای علاقمندان هنروسینما در شهربامیان برگزارمی کند و تولیدات این دوره که شامل ده ها فیلم مستند وداستانی کوتاه، گزارش های تلویزیونی می شود درقالب جشنواره فیلم بامیان وهم چنان ازطریق تلویزیون بامیان به نشرمی رسد
Team work گروه کاری
Rahman Alemi is an independent filmmaker who founded the Bamyan Art Academy and worked as a teacher and supervisor from 2017. He has graduated at MA Digital Films from the London South Bank University and has previously produced many documentaries about Afghanistan. Some of his films are being screened at various international film festivals including the BBC World Service and Sundance TV.
She has graduated from the Asian University for women with a bachelor degree in Politics, philosophy and economics. Mina acted as a communication manager in connecting Bamyan Art Academy with other organizations in different levels. She has narrated, translated many films, reports and TV series including Jamila and Jafar in botched Farsi and English and produced educational videos for Bamyan Art Academy too.
Salim Soltani is working as a Program officer at the Bamyan Art Academy; he coordinates project activities with our national and international partners. He has worked as a Geographic Information specialist and later as a project coordinator with UN Environment Afghanistan, where he implemented Environmental and climate change projects in different provinces of Afghanistan.