Robert H. Lieberman is presently engaged in two major film projects:
“Angkor Awakens— A Portrait of Cambodia” a feature documentary, a psychological examination of the country’s psyche, its turbulent history and present day reality.
“The Nazis, My Father & Me,” a major animated feature. Produced by Didier Brunner, the “Godfather” of French animation, the film is an adaptation of Lieberman’s novel. The author is doing the screenplay.
His previous film, “They Call It Myanmar,” was cited by critic Roger Ebert as one of the top documentaries of 2012.”
Other films include the feature comedy “Green Lights,” as well as the documentaries “Last Stop Kew Gardens” and “Faces In A Famine,” which were broadcast on PBS.
For over a half century Robert H. Lieberman has been writing critically acclaimed novels, including the best-sellers “Paradise Rezoned” and “Baby.”
Lieberman, a long time member of the Cornell University Physics faculty, is the recipient of the John M. and Emily B. Clark Award for Distinguished Teaching. He has been awarded a series of Fulbright Lectureships and Senior Specialist posts in Europe and Southeast Asia.
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