Sonia Nassery Cole
- Director, writer and producer of The Black Tulip, the Oscar-nominated film based on the true story of an Afghan family facing the daily horrors of life in war-torn Kabul
- Winner of the PEN Center USA Freedom To Write Award
- Founder of the Afghanistan World Foundation (AWF), focusing on fighting for women’s rights
- International advocate fighting against the crimes on women in Afghanistan, India, and Africa and recipient of the 2012 Women Together Award
- In Will I Live Tomorrow? The Making of Black Tulip, Cole invites readers onto the set and behind the scenes, giving them an intimate look into what it took to produce such a controversial film in the heart of war-ravaged Afghanistan, including the acts of terror the Taliban employed to try to kill the production.
"The film is a deeply heartfelt experience that addresses the struggles of everyday people in a strange land most of us know nothing about. You will not go away unmoved. See it, and learn something."
A gripping experience as politically enlightening and emotionally involving as it is educational and beautiful to look at.”