“Peace is a dangerous idea to some people,” says Irakli Kakabadze, a writer, poet and playwright from the Republic of Georgia who fled his native country in late 2006 with his pregnant wife when his life was threatened because of his writing, antiwar and human rights activism.
Kakabadze and his wife, Anna Dolidze, are the subject of a new documentary, “At the Top of My Voice,” by Larry Kamerman and A.V. Sudhir that had its regional premier at Ithaca’s Fall Creek Pictures April 5 as part of the 2009 Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF). Kamerman has worked with such film luminaries as Martin Scorsese and Steven Soderbergh. Another screening of this film is planned in the early fall 2009 by Cornell University Cinema.
You can view clips of the movie at the film’s website.