Libiomfi
(Libiomfi)

feature, 35mm, 70 minutes, 1:1.66

PREMIER (HUNGARY): 2003.

The film is about a theatre director, who is absolutely incompetent in matters of the theatre, and is a complete madman to boot. The story was inspired by the life of Attila Liebe, who led an acting workshop for young people in Ózd, and strangled his students in the heat of instruction.
In this film the character Uncle Libi would like to stage his adaptation of Winnie-the-Pooh. However, his Winnie-the-Pooh is a far cry from the "Walt-Disneyfied" unreal and light-hearted original. Uncle Libi wants bloody reality; he wants to see real animals on the stage…
The film's genre is a tragicomical socio-tale-musical. First Feature Film

Creators

Péter Politzer Editor
Edit Szűcs Costumes
Róbert Noszlopy Visual design
Johanna Bodor Choreography
László Z. Kocsis Production manager
Kata Koltai Location manager
Roland Vígh Music
Inforg Stúdió Production company
Balázs Dobóczi Director of photography
András Muhi, György Budai Producer
Zoltán Kálmánchelyi, Zsolt Végh Director
Zoltán Kálmánchelyi, Angéla Stefanovics, Zsolt Végh Screenplay
Tamás Zányi, Rudolf Várhegyi Sound
Zoltán Kálmánchelyi, Gábor Dióssi, Angéla Stefanovics, Zoltán Mucsi, Karina Kecskés, Kati Lázár, Eszter Ónodi, Imre Baksa, János Gyuriska, Károly Hajduk, Iván Kamarás, Csaba Pindroch, Miklós Székely B., Zsolt Végh, István Hajdu Cast

Awards

Budapest Hungarian Film Week - 2003 Best Actor: Zoltán Mucsi,Best Producer: András Muhi and György Budai

Festivals

Targu-Mures AlterNative - 2003

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