Heddy Honigmann: Her Documentary Films Told of Loss and Love

From a New York Times obit by Penelope Green headlined “Heddy Honigmann, Whose Films Told of Loss and Love, Dies at 70”:

Heddy Honigmann, the Peruvian-born Dutch filmmaker whose humane and gently paced documentaries of Parisian subway buskers, Peruvian taxi drivers, disabled people and their service dogs, Dutch peacekeepers and the widows of men who had been murdered in a tiny village near Sarajevo, were stories of loss, trauma and exile — and the sustaining forces of art and love — died at her home in Amsterdam.