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Loulou, the Incredible Secret is a French-Belgian animated film directed by Éric Omond and released in 2013. It is inspired by the works of author and illustrator Grégoire Solotareff, who created the character of Loulou in the eponymous children's book in 1989. The film won the César Award for Best Animated Film at the 39th César Awards ceremony.


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Synopsis / Project summary

Loulou is a wolf. Tom is a rabbit. Surprisingly, Loulou and Tom have been inseparable since their early childhood. Now teenagers, they enjoy a carefree life in the Land of the Rabbits. However, Loulou, who believed he was an orphan, learns from a fortune teller that his mother is alive. The two friends embark on a journey to find her in the principality of Wolfenberg, the Land of the Wolves. They arrive during the Carne Festival, an annual gathering of the world's greatest carnivores. Will the friendship between Loulou and Tom survive in this land where herbivores end up as slaves or on the menu of the day? What incredible secret surrounds Loulou's birth?

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Type of project / Format
Animated film - 85'
Producer / Director / Distributor
Belvision - Prima Linea - France 3 Cinéma - RTBF / Eric Omond / Films distribution
Awards + Nominations
  • César Award for Best Animated Film
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