48 minutes, 2010
Director : Fawzi SALEH (Egypt)
Production : AlBatrik Art Production (Egypt)
Watching children working in a leather tannery in Cairo we discover the inhuman conditions which the people who live and work in the tanneries have to endure, surrounded by very dangerous chemicals, harmful to man and the environment.
Fawzi SALEH is a script-writer, filmmaker and Human Rights activist. He obtained a degree in script-writing at the Cairo Film Institute in 2009 and a Masters in history at the Suez Canal University in 2003. He has collaborated on several documentary films, drama films, TV series and sitcoms.
In 2006 he made a short film “Mocha”, and now the documentary “Living Skin”.