This feature-length documentary uses interviews and archive footage to look at the violin virtuoso’s life, from early struggles with polio and lifelong disability, his parents’ emigration to Israel and his subsequent success.

It is directed by Alison Chernick who has previously made films about the artists Jeff Koons, Matthew Barney, Roy Lichtenstein and Martin Margiela.

The film opens in New York on 9 March and Los Angeles on 16 March. 

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