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Animation about Luther

Luter animowany
 

The film was prepared by the Evangelical Church in Hungary in connection with the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.

The Polish version of the film was made on the initiative of the Chancellery of the Leading Bishop of the Church. It is the seventh version in Europe, after the Hungarian, German, English, Finnish, Lithuanian and Portugese. It was produced by Wydawnictwo Warto, and directed by Jerzy Latos, creator and founder of the Teatr Dobrego Serca in Warsaw. Polish actors and actresses were invited to cooperate in the project, including Tomasz Kozłowicz as Martin Luther (his voice is well known from such productions as the Polish version of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” or “Pocahontas”) and Maciej Makowski (“Single’s Planet”), Zbigniew Dziduch (“Ice Age”), Dariusz Kowalski (“Plebania”), Kamila Bujalska (“Bodo”), Paulina Dulla (“Women of Mafia”), Maciej Wilewski (“Letters to Santa"), Michał Głowacki ("Hotel Transylvania") and Maciej Maziarz as the voice of Luther as a child.


The film can be viewed and downloaded at luter.pl