Below is a link to Stuart Dahne's (Livetaper) friend Steven Fischer's website for a documentary that he is producing called "Freedom Dance".
"Freedom Dance" is the story of a young husband and his wife literally running for their lives - on foot, by truck, by bus, by train, and by boat. It is the remarkable and true journey of two otherwise ordinary people accomplishing the extraordinary.
The scope of our story covers only the four months Edward and Judy Hilbert spent as refugees, highlighting the episodes captured in Edward's cartoon journal and using animation to illustrate these moments from their thrilling escape, resolving when they reach their destination: America. It is structured chronologically, inter-cutting recorded interviews (first person POV), photos and artifacts of the subjects in 1956, stock footage of the Hungarian Revolution, and cartoon animation produced in a non-traditional style called 2-and-a-half 'D' (kind of like layering paper cut outs enhanced with sophisticated computer technology).
Check out the site for the rest of the story, it is very interesting!http://www.freedomdancethemovie.com/