Synopsis: A film about the power of art, freedom, and the way we exist and go about living. A story about the island of Naxos, marble and the thread that connects us to Cycladic art. German sculptor Ingbert Brunk talks about the light, the pain and the love entailed in creation. He explores the concept of the outlander, the migrant, and the relation between loss and existence.
He was born in Karditsa, Greece. He studied photography in Paris and cinema in Stockholm, where he lived for several years working as a film director and screenwriter. He has worked on both fiction and documentary films. Since he came back to Greece, he works exclusively on documentaries, feeling that this form best reflects his creative need for the spontaneous and unexpected.