One Eye Wide Open
Documentary Films • 51m
A fascinating documentation of the craft of artist Zvi Lachman during the years 1998 through 2008. Access into Lachman's inner world through his works of art reveals and surprisingly discloses that the point of origin of his work is very similar to the director's. To make room for the physical and mental severity of the images and circumstances he sculpts and sketches, he must minimize his line of vision to one organ, one eye: the cinematic equivalent of the shutter, the eye of the camera.
Languages: English, Hebrew & Dutch, English subtitles
Directors: Aner Preminger, Ami Drozd
Producers: Aner Preminger, Ami Drozd
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