They are called Robel, Germay, Filmon and Halefom, they come from Eritrea and have been captured, ransomed, tortured and they have survived the Sinai torture camps. Through their words, in the intimacy of their rooms, the film draws their long trip through barbarism, an experience that has left traces on each of the boys’ body and soul. From Cairo to Stockholm,
wherever he founds a shelter, every survivor experiences a nightmarish mental exile that “Under the Skin” explores carefully. Delphine Deloget and Cécile Allegra just won France’s major journalistic prize, the Albert Londres, for this long feature documentary on human trafficking in Sinai.
About the directors
Delphine Deloget and Cecile Allegra are two French filmmakers. Delphine Deloget has directed “Who remembers Minik”, 2003 (short documentary); “West of Mongolia”, 2004; “No London Today”, 2008; “Brassens et la Jeanne”, 2011 and “Santa Klaus & the cow-boy” (short film), 2012.
Cécile has directed “Haïti the wounded nation”, 2010 (long-feature documentary); “The Squad”, 2011 (long-feature documentary, Cinétévé); “A childwood at work”, 2013, among other documentaries.
Genre: Documentary / Original Version: Arabic, Tigrinya, andSwedish with English subtitles / Duration: 72 minutes / Script & Cinematography: Delphine Deloget & Cécile Allegra / Editing & Sound: Delphine Deloget / Sound Editing & Design: César Mamoudy / Art Direction: Delphine Deloget & Cécile Allegra / Production: MEMENTO
Awards: Prix Albert Londres 2015; Prix Olivier Quemener-RSF 2015 of FIGRA, Festival International du Grand Reportage d’Actualité et du Documentaire de Société; PRIMED, International Price for the Mediterranean documentary and reportage; Best documentary, New York City international film festival.
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