During short film workshop I attended in Cairo in 2007, there were many projections of short documentaries. Among them, Hidden/Gömd. This one directed by Swedish Hanna Heilborn and David Aronowitsch. It's the story of a Peruvian boy who was obliged to live hidden in Sweden after joining his family and the consequences on his daily life. What is peculiar in this short is the mix of audio interview and animation.
This film is a part of a trilogy by the same duo: "Sharaf", the story of a Moroccan teenager who crossed to Canarias and "Slavar/Slaves" which is the tail of a young Sud Sudanese boy abducted to the north where he was exploited.