Cairo is a comedy, crime, and drama film about a physically challenged peddler who sells newspapers in the central Cairo train station. He becomes obsessed with an attractive young drinkseller who is in love with a strong and respected station porter. Directed by Yousef Shahin. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
Living Skin is a documentary about the inhumane living conditions of workers at and inhabitants of tanneries where they are surrounded by hazardous chemicals. Directed by Ahmed Saleh. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
Timbuktu is a film about a boy named Kidane who lives peacefully with his family in the ancient Malian city of Timbuktu where people suffer from the regime of terror imposed by Jihadists determined to control their faith.
Directed by Abderrahmane Sissako. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
Out on the Street is a film that mixes documentary and fiction in order to present the Egyptian revolution from the perspective of workers, moving beyond the heavy factory gates, frozen assembly lines, and rusty machinery.
Directed by Philip Rizk and Jasmina Metwaly. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.