Dominik Sedlar

Dominik Sedlar attended and graduated at the famous NY high school Professional Children's School (other graduates include: Scarlett Johansson, Milton Berle, Christian Slater, Uma Thurman, Macaulay Culkin etc). Attended the NYU Film School. Was an assistant to actor Al Pacino. Directed thus far ten films. Among some are the docu-drama 'Syndrome Jerusalem' which won a Peace Prize award at the Venice Film Festival in 2004. It starred Macaulay Culkin, Charlotte Rampling, and Mili Avital.

Another is documentary called 'Quarter to Eight' narrated by Martin Sheen and Liv Ullman. The documentary won a NY Emmy in 2005. The most recent film was another documentary called 'Searching for Orson'. It was a story about the unfinished works of Orson Welles. Its premiere was at the AFI Film Festival in 2006 and it included Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, Paul Mazursky and James Earl Jones. It was narrated by Peter Bogdanovich.

Dominik recently directed a feature film in Chicago entitled "IN BETWEEN ENGAGEMENTS" which is currently in Distribution.