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Israeli artist Dani Karavan has created nearly 100 environmental installations all across the world. He has won some of the most prestigious international art awards and is constantly asked to speak or lecture about his groundbreaking work. Yet Karavan is far from satisfied. His monumental structures are rapidly deteriorating. His advanced age is starting to catch up with him. In addition, Karavan becomes embroiled in a serious political and artistic conflict over his latest commission, a monument to Polish nationals who had risked their lives saving Jews during World War Two. High Maintenance is a cinematic reflection of its namesake, a straightforward, yet intricate film, emotional and personal without being melodramatic, and as painful as it is humorous and passionate about one of the greatest artists of our time.


Accompanying the film premiere is a discussion with director Barak Heymann and Chana Budgazad Sheldon, executive director of the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA). To view the conversation please click here.



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Sponsored by Amy Tobin.


The 2022 Miami Jewish Film Festival virtual program is made possible with the generous support of Benjamin Nahum and Tamar Roodner.

  • Year
    2021
  • Runtime
    66 minutes
  • Language
    Hebrew, English
  • Country
    Israel
  • Premiere
    Southeast US Premiere
  • Director
    Barak Heymann
  • Screenwriter
    Barak Heymann
  • Cast
    Dani Karavan, Wim Wenders
  • Cinematographer
    Lukasz Konopa
  • Editor
    Shira Hochman
  • Music
    Janek Duszynski, Alberto Shwartz