"Among the standouts is "Outlawed in Pakistan," tracing one girl's fight against the rape that brought her, not her attackers, a death sentence by tribal elders. From filmmakers Habiba Nosheen and Hilke Schellman, it is a story of courage wrought in tears, persistence etched in pain."
- THE LOS ANGELES TIMES
OUTLAWED IN PAKISTAN PREMIERED AT SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL AND HAD ITS TELEVISION BROADCAST ON PBS FRONTLINE.
HABIBA WAS HONORED WITH AN EMMY AWARD FOR THE FILM AS WELL AS THE DAVID A ANDELMAN AND PAMELA TITLE AWARD BY THE OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB GIVEN TO "THE BEST INTERNATIONAL REPORTING IN THE BROADCAST MEDIA SHOWING A CONCERN FOR THE HUMAN CONDITION."