Documentary 'Stolen' Tracks Search for Lost Art In 1990, 13 valuable works of art were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. The case became an obsession for detective Harold Smith, who recently died. Filmmaker Rebecca Dreyfus discusses her documentary, Stolen, which seeks to help recover the art.
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Documentary 'Stolen' Tracks Search for Lost Art

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Documentary 'Stolen' Tracks Search for Lost Art

Documentary 'Stolen' Tracks Search for Lost Art

Documentary 'Stolen' Tracks Search for Lost Art

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The poster for 'Stolen' features Vermeer's 17th century masterpiece 'The Concert.' hide caption

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The poster for 'Stolen' features Vermeer's 17th century masterpiece 'The Concert.'

In mid-March of 1990, 13 valuable works of art were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Art detective Harold Smith turned the case into a personal obsession.

Filmmaker Rebecca Dreyfus has created a documentary, Stolen, that tracks the 15-year-old case. The film will be shown again in April at the Independent Film Festival of Boston.

Where to See 'Stolen'

The Independent Film Festival of Boston, April 21-24, 2005

Newport Film Festival, June 7-12, 2005