In Harm’s Way

Full Frame Grand Jury Award 1998

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In Harm’s Way is an intensely personal documentary that explores the concept of safety within the context of a society that sometimes gives rise to random acts of violence. Filmmaker Jan Krawitz offers viewers an affecting portrait of her own life story, told through striking contemporary images and excerpts from the “safety first” films shown in school classrooms during the 1950s and 60s.

Director

Jan Krawitz

Producer

Jan Krawitz

Release Year

1996

Festival Year

1998

Run Time

27 minutes