Project Updates
Due to the popular reception of Misa’s Fugue in Austria this past May, the film is currently undergoing formatting into an official version with German subtitles that will be available for sale online and at various locations in Austria. The project is being made possible by generous funding procured by Austrian historian, Angelika Schlackl.  Funding has been allotted by the National Fund of the Republic of Austria for Victims of National Socialism as well as the Future Fund of the Republic of Austria. Both groups also played a role in the initial funding of the German translation to accompany Frank’s visit to Austria in May to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Gunskirchen and Mauthausen.
The Misa’s Fugue team is elated at this further opportunity for Frank’s story to reach new audiences. Producer Jennifer Goss shared, “When we embarked on this project in 2010, it was to reach a small group of students and teachers in Pennsylvania. To date, the film has reached international audiences but always in English – this new opportunity to distribute the film in German is just amazing. We’re grateful to everyone in Austria who is helping to make this a reality.”