17 July 2018, 6 PM - 7 PM

‘Living Skin’ is a documentary that explores the lives of Shoushou and Mohammad Farag, two children who live and work in the tanneries in Egypt. Through their stories, we see the workers’ inhuman living conditions, surrounded by hazardous chemicals in a harmful environment, as they try to enjoy what remains of their childhood.

Born in Port Saïd, Egypt, in 1981, Fawzi Saleh is a screenwriter, filmmaker and human-rights activist. He holds a degree in screenwriting from the Cairo Film Institute and has contributed to numerous documentary films as a researcher and co-writer. In 2006, he directed the experimental short film ‘Mocha’, which attracted attention to his talent. A turning point in his career came in 2008 when he worked as an assistant director for Rashid Masharawi, when the director encouraged him to start shooting his first documentary feature, ‘Living Skin’, which he completed in 2010.

56min | Egypt
 | Arabic with English Subtitles

Location: Auditorium, Second Floor

Free Entrance | Seats are Limited


The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture – AFAC

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