Chasing Portraits is a very personal story for director Elizabeth Rynecki as she seeks to recover her great-grandfather’s lost artwork. Prior to World War 2 and the rise of Hitler, Poland had a thriving Jewish community numbering some 3 million. Among those who died include Warsaw-based artist Moshe Rynecki. The artist would be murdered at Majdanek, a Nazi concentration and extermination camp. After the war, a mere ten percent or so would survive. A once thriving community…"Chasing Portraits is Very Personal"