Belgian writer, actor and director, Stefan Liberski was born in Brussels in 1951. He obtained a degree in philosophy and literature at the University of Brussels. His first novel, “Beau fixe”, won him the “First Novel Award” in 1985. In 1989, he creates with some friends the group of the Snuls, for which he writes a lot of sketches. In parallel to his writing activity, he directs television programs, cartoons and short fiction films for Canal +. In 2005, he won the Bayard d’Or for the best first work for his feature film “Bunker paradise”, presented at the closing ceremony of the FIFF the same year. In 2013, he comes to Namur to present “Baby Balloon” with Ambre Grouwels. His third film ” Tokyo fiancée ” is adapted from the novel ” Ni d’Eve ni d’Adam ” by Amélie Nothomb, with Pauline Etienne, member of the Feature Film Jury in 2012.
Chronicle of the singular initiation of a young Belgian girl in love in Japan. The ups and downs of a touching culture shock between East and West. Adaptation of a recent novel by the writer Amélie Nothomb, best-seller in France, published in more than 40 countries.