has directed a number of documentary films, most notably THE MAGIC BROTHERS a
feature-length documentary on life under Communism, seen through the eyes of
four BROTHERS born in Poland
in 1954. THE MAGIC BROTHERS opened the prestigious FIRST Look Film Festival in
1992, as well as screening at the MOMA in New York the same year.
Several of his
documentary films focus on issues of social justice. FERRY 93, explores the
situation of Polish refugees during martial law who emigrated to Sweden. BORDER uncovers the
manipulation by city authorities in Hanover,
order to discriminate against HOMELESS people.