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Princess Lillifee (Prinzessin Lillifee)

Princess Lillifee
Scene from “Prinzessin Lillifee” (photo © 2009 Universum Film/Coppenrath Verlag)

In the enchanted kingdom of Pinkovia, the fairy Princess Lillifee rules with a magic hand, creating beauty and good will wherever she travels. Together with her pet pig Pupsi, she zooms throughout the countryside leaving behind a magical trail, clouds of pink butterflies, and sparkling stars. Still, she soon discovers that not all in her kingdom are content. With the passing ages, the Fairies of Pinkle have become worse in the misuse of their magical powers. It is the Farmer Pixies, the Fisher Elves and the Mermaids of the surrounding countryside that suffer so much from the Fairies' mischief that they are actually considering leaving the enchanted realm forever. Being a caring Princess, this makes Lillifee very sad. But together with all of her friends, Princess Lillifee is determined to restore the gentle harmony of her wonderful kingdom and fill it again with the joy of its glittery splendor...


Alan Simpson has been working since the 1970s in animation, beginning with such TV series as The Addams Family. Since then he has worked on such films as: Watership Down, Falsches Spiel mit Roger Rabbit, Bernard und Bianca in Kaenguruhland, and was supervising director on the TV series Briefe von Felix.

Ansgar Niebuhr had his debut with animated film as an FX assistant on FELIDAE. Since then, he has worked on numerous projects, including: WERNER - DAS MUSS KESSELN, DAS KLEINE ARSCHLOCH, PIPI LANGSTRUMPF, TOBIAS TOTZ, GLOBI UND DER SCHATTENRÄUBER, TKKG, and PRINCESS LILLIFEE.
Genre Animation
Category Feature
Year of Production 2009
Directors Alan Simpson, Ansgar Niebuhr
Screenplay Mark Slater, Gabriele M. Walther
Cinematography Zhijian Xu
Sascha Wolff-Taeger, Michael Krotky
Gerd Baumann, Wolfgang Simm
Markus Hoogveld, Oliver Scora
Animation Zhijian Xu
Producers Gabriele M. Walther, Frank Piscator
Production Companies ndf:Neue Deutsche Filmgesellschaft/Unterfoehring, Caligari Film, in co-production with Beta Film, Universum Film, Ismael Feichtl/Munich, WDR
Length 73 min
Format 35 mm, color
Dubbed Versions English
Original Version
 German
Festivals Seattle 2010, Zlin 2010
With backing from German Federal Film Board, German Federal Film Fund, Film- und Medienstiftung NRW
German Distributor Universum Film

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