Arik Brauer - A Childhood in Vienna
Year: 2012
Run-Time: 1 x 54 min.

Directed by Helene Maimann

A co-production by ORF and Amour Fou Vienna
Available worldwide

Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (VOICE-OVER)
Format: 16:9

Arik Brauer - A Childhood in Vienna

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Arik Brauer has many identities that are just as colourful as his pictures: Viennese, Jewish, Israeli, cosmopolitan, socially committed. As a painter, musician, architect, sculptor and performer on stage, he is also creative. In Helene Maimann's film ŤArik Brauer - A Childhood in Viennať he recalls the time that became a lifelong inspiration and fixed reference point for him. His wife Naomi, daughters Timna and Ruth, niece Jasmin and two of his closest friends, the actor and director, Otto Schenk, and the Tibetologist, Ernst Steinkellner, tell his story. Arik Brauer, who was born in 1929 in the middle of the coldest winter in the last century, spent his early years under extreme conditions, and not just as far as the weather was concerned. He survived the years of National Socialism as a Jewish child in Vienna, became a passionate communist, mountaineer and singer after the war ended and, as a student of art, undertook long journeys by bike through Europe and Africa.
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