Filmmaker and Journalist

 On a shoot in Lahore, Pakistan for VICE / HBO's 2014 Emmy winning episode, "Bonded Labor."

On a shoot in Lahore, Pakistan for VICE / HBO's 2014 Emmy winning episode, "Bonded Labor."

Fazeelat Aslam is a documentary filmmaker, correspondent and journalist. She was a co-producer for the documentary short, "Saving Face,” which won the 2012 Academy Award and 2013 Emmy for “Best Documentary". She is also the co-producer on "Tomorrow We Disappear," a documentary which premiered in competition at the 2014 Tribeca and Hot Docs Film Festival. She Fazeelat has produced for international organizations such as The New York Times, Channel 4 UK, and Al Jazeera. Her work in the United States spans from BuzzFeed to AJ+, The Intercept's Field of Vision, HBO, PBS Frontline, and Dan Rather. She worked as a producer and correspondent for the second season of VICE on HBO and VICE News. 

Born in Lahore, Pakistan, Fazeelat attended Wellesley College where she double majored in Media Studies and Gender Studies.