Made In Sri Lanka

Since 2016, Remake has taken 8 'peace corps for fashion' journeys into garment maker communities to give us human faces behind our clothing labels – from “Made in China,” “Made In India” to “Made in Pakistan“. In our 7th journey, we took aspiring fashion designers into Cambodia where they listened and learned. This time we took next gen fashion designers from Parsons School of Design and California College of the Arts to Sri Lanka.

  • Asad Faruqi
    Saving Face, Team Khan, Pakistan's Taliban Generation, Made In Cambodia
  • Ayesha Barenblat
    Executive Producer
    Made In Cambodia
  • Matt Barkin
  • Chad Leto
  • Yimin Deng
    Key Cast
    "Fashion Design Student, Parsons School of Fashion"
  • Ioli Tzouka
    Key Cast
    "Fashion Design Student, Parsons School of Fashion"
  • Mallory McDaniel
    Key Cast
    "Fashion Design Student, California College of the Arts"
  • Misha Abbas
    Key Cast
    "Fashion Design Student, California College of the Arts"
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  • Runtime:
    13 minutes 40 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 1, 2018
  • Production Budget:
    30,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    Sri Lanka
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  • Student Project:
  • Parsons School of Fashion
    New York City
    United States
    March 30, 2018
    East Coast Premiere
  • California College of the Arts
    San Francisco
    United States
    April 11, 2018
    San Francisco Premiere
  • Fashion For Good Centre
    April 23, 2018
    International Premiere
  • Wear Your Values
    Los Angeles
    United States
    April 29, 2018
    Los Angeles Premiere
Director Biography - Asad Faruqi

Documentary photographer and a filmmaker from Karachi, Pakistan. Asad Faruqi has a degree in BS Media Sciences with concentration in film and video from SZABIST, Karachi. He was an assistant producer and additional camera for an Emmy award winning documentary, Pakistan's Taliban Generation and Oscar winning documentary, Saving Face.

He has been worked as a documentary cameraman and a photographer for various broadcasters such as Channel 4 (UK), HBO, PBS, CBC and others.

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Director Statement

"The garment work in developing countries is synonymous to slavery with little or no awareness of what happens inside the garment factories around the world. This film is a way to highlight the systemic oppression that affects the lives of countless women who make our clothes and create empathy for us to look at our garments in a new way."