USA, 2010, 37 Minute Running Time
Topics: Art/Architecture/Film, Documentary, History, Jewish Interest, Religion
Marian Kolodziej, imprisoned five years at Aushwitz as a young boy, witnessed unspeakable atrocities. For 50 years, he remained silent. Then, after a stroke, he created the remarkable drawings at the center of The Labyrinth, one of the most extraordinary short film experiences of the year.
DIRECTOR: Jason A. Schmidt
Producer: Ron Schmidt, Jason A. Schmidt
Editor: Jason A. Schmidt
Screenwriter: Ron Schmidt, Jason A. Schmidt
Cinematographer: Greg Schmidt
Music: Marek Zebrowski
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Art manifests itself in many ways, but has one constant: it always engages the senses, the intellect and the emotions. This collection of delightful short films revolving around art and artists is a provocative and lively exploration of the world of art in action.... more