The film “THE LADY IN NUMBER 6: Music Saved My Life” which has been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject, is about world’s oldest living Holocaust years old and still going strong. Alice Sommer is the star of inspiring documentary film. Always smiling and laughing, Alice credits her longevity to never blaming anyone or anything, to always seeing the good in people and to her lifelong passion for music! She's fond of saying; "I was born Jewish, but my religion is Beethoven.”
This unforgettable film was directed by Academy Award® winner Malcolm Clarke and produced by Nick Reed and executive produced by Goldfine.
Today both Alice and Phil find their heritage brings them up for an Academy Award. Goldfine said, “We are just glad we could get her story out there. It’s inspirational. She is now 110 years old and I’m just grateful that people can hear her story firsthand. I now understand the importance of listening and learning from a holocaust survivor’s difficulties and challenges, it is inspiring to say the least”.
About Phillip B. Goldfine Executive Producer
Emmy award winner, Phillip B. Goldfine, began his career as a development and production executive at companies including FBC (Fox Broadcasting Corp.), New Line Cinema and Trimark Pictures. Goldfine’
Additionally, Goldfine has produced films for all the major studios including
Warner Bros., Disney, Universal Studios, Twentyfirst Century Fox, and Paramount Pictures as well as the CBS network, The Reelz Channel, A & E and National Geographic.
He resides in Los Angeles with his wife Valerie and his three children, Kase, Libbie and Kelsie.
15 out of 15 critics think Oscar Nominated “The Lady In Number 6: Music Saved My Life”should win the Oscar.