Lullaby

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Despite the fact that Krzysztof Komeda died a tragic death 50 years ago, films devoted to this artist are still being made. Natasza Ziółkowska-Kurczuk’s documentary Komeda, Komeda… (2012) includes an animated piece which makes a beautiful illustration of the famous lullaby from Rosemary’s Baby by (1968) Roman Polanski. Rosemary’s lullaby, the leading motif in the film whose original title was Sleep Safe and Warm, was hummed by Mia Farrow. The piece composed for the film soon began to live its own life performed, among others, by Tomasz Stańko, Emmanuelle Seigner and Leszek Możdżer. In Dumała’s animation drawings accompany the composer’s piano.

directed by
Piotr Dumała

Piotr Dumała – animated and feature film director and graphic artist. He was born in 1956. His films, including A Gentle Creature (1985), Freedom of the Leg (1988), Franz Kafka (1991) and Crime and Punishment (2000) won over 70 awards at international festivals (among others, in Kraków, Zagreb, Annecy). In 2009 he made his feature debut The Forest. Dumała teaches at the Film School in Łódź, Konstfack College in Eksjo and Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

cinematography
Mateusz Michalak
script
Piotr Dumała
animated by
Piotr Dumała, Paweł Dębski, Mateusz Michalak
production
(Stowarzyszenie Europejskie Telewizja Regionalna)
Photo
Kadr z filmu Lullaby