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'Cubicle: The Musicle': Q&A with Tibor Szakaly & William Fiala

I've known Tibor Szakaly for a couple of years. Each time I'd see him after French class at a language school in Beverly Hills, he would tell me about the making of his and William Fiala's musical short Cubicle: The Musicle. About a year later, Cubicle was screened for a group of Tibor's and Fiala's friends, in addition to assorted film professionals. I missed that first screening, but I did get to watch Cubicle on DVD. I found it a clever, highly enjoyable quasi-satirical take on old Hollywood and Broadway musicals, in which drab, mundane reality is transformed into a vibrant parallel universe where people sing and dance in the unlikeliest of places – without being forcibly transported to a […]


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'Cubicle: The Musicle': Q&A with Tibor Szakaly & William Fiala