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Wagma F.

Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

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$400 - $1500 / Day

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About Wagma

Wagma Feroz is an independent documentary filmmaker and rights activist from the North West of Pakistan. She has been engaged in peace building activities for more than a decade, using the creative tools of theatre, films, media, music, and training workshops to support social change and counter violent extremism in Pakistan. She has produced documentaries and digital stories on women issues, psychological trauma, religious minorities and role of women in peace and conflict resolution. Additionally, Wagma’s interfaith harmony films, social media and Freedom of religion and believe advocacy and workshops also won her the prestigious "Stefanus Prize” 2022.

Top Services

  • Reporter / Journalist

    1 review
  • Immersive/Spatial Video Capture

  • Executive Producer

Top Projects

  • The Story of an afghan Girl who migrated to Peshawar under the Taliban rule

    • Reporter / Journalist

    In August 2021, when the Taliban took over Afghanistan, hundreds of artists, like millions of other people, moved to neighboring countries and the rest of the world. Ranra Hashmi is also an Afghan girl who moved to Peshawar and is now learning music there . She wants to use her art against Taliban's extremist narrative

    Produced for VOA - South and Central Asia on Storyhunter

    March 2023

  • An Afghan Refugee Woman's wish: 'If I were Pakistani, I would play cricket'

    • Immersive/Spatial Video Capture

    A woman living in the Khazana camp for Afghan refugees in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has complained that if she were not Afghan, she would have had all the rights that women in the rest of the world have. Sadaf, who lives in Khazana Camp, says that like women in the rest of the world, she also wants to complete her education and is also keen to see the outside world. There are more than 1.4 million registered Afghan refugees in Pakistan who have been forced to leave their homes due to the ongoing insurgency in Afghanistan. Most of them entered Pakistan almost 40 years ago after the invasion of the Soviet Union in 1979. The parents of Sadaf, a 25-year-old Afghan woman, also migrated to Pakistan and have been living in the camp ever since.

  • Why is suicide or attempted suicide increasing among women, especially married and Illitrate ones in Swat and Malakand?

    • Executive Producer

    In 2009, Swat and Malakand divisions were occupied by the Pakistani Taliban, which not only displaced millions of people but also killed many in militancy. Although there is no official data showing how much suicides have increased since the Taliban came to the area, mental health experts, social workers and local residents believe that suicides have increased since 2009. Maryam is one of those women of Swat and Malakand division who not only tried to end her life first, but she is still alive only for her daughters. "My husband is an addict, he doesn't do any work, my children cry every night for food but I have nothing to satisfy their hunger."

  • The Alarming Rise of Suicide Among Women in Swat

    • Non-Fiction Film Director
    • Executive Producer

    In Swat, women are increasingly resorting to suicide as a response to domestic conflicts, lack of education, the influence of the Taliban, and various other challenges. Salma, a pseudonym for one such woman, was a promising student whose parents married her off after she completed her matriculation. Despite her husband's care, Salma's life became a torment due to her domineering mother-in-law. With her husband frequently away on business trips for months at a time, Salma lived with her in-laws. Tragically, after a few years of marriage, Salma took her own life due to severe depression when she was seven months pregnant.

  • A female yoga teacher in Peshawar

    • Reporter / Journalist

    Miss Rose Khan, a resident of Peshawar, has been teaching general exercise and yoga to women In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province for the past 18 years. She says that yoga can cure many physical diseases and mental stress and fatigue. She talks about the challenges she faced while opening a yoga center for women in the strict and conservative society.



  • Multiple cameras

All Services


  • Creative Director
  • Executive Producer
  • Immersive/Spatial Video Capture

Production Support

  • Non-Fiction Film Director
  • TV News Producer
  • On-Air Reporter / Host
  • News Shooter / Video Journalist
  • Reporter / Journalist

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