PRLog - March 5, 2014 - BOCA RATON, Fla. -- DocMiami International Film Festival in partnership with Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park, present the documentary film, "Ida Haendel: This Is My Heritage." Directed by: Christine Jezior and edited by Oskar Jezior of Germany, the film is an honest account of growing older, a story of solitude and one's total devotion and love for music. Ida Haendel, widely considered one of the finest violinists of the 20th century, does not attach too much weight to exact dates. Her actual age remains one of the best-kept secrets in the music world. A Jewish Polish-born British citizen who managed to flee the Nazis right before the outbreak of the war, she has been residing in Miami since the early 80s and now considers it her home. She is a flamboyant character with a sharp sense of humor who doesn't mind presenting the high and low points of her eventful life in a profoundly honest way. She hasn't given up dreaming and searching yet. Her biggest wish is to be able to continue playing her beloved violin as long as possible. This special Screening will take place, at Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park on March 20, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. Presented by http://docmiami.org, tickets for this film are available at http://willowtheatre.org
Special Screening, March 20, 2014, 7PM
Ida Haendel, is a woman who defies age. Today, she says, she has more to offer as an artist than ever before. "Flamboyant"