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100% Wolf

Duration: 85 min



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Freddy Lupin, heir to a proud family line of werewolves, is in for a shock when on his 14th birthday his first ‘warfing’ goes awry, turning him into a ferocious poodle. The pack elders give Freddy until the next moonrise to prove he has the heart of a wolf, or risk being cast out forever. With the help of an unlikely ally in a streetwise stray named Batty, Freddy must prove he’s 100% Wolf.
New Year funding statements by Australia’s federal and regional-level film support bodies have allowed the green-lighting of a series of features and documentary movies. Prominent among them is”Go-Karts,” a family film about a boy who has to conquer problems, including his own recklessness, to win a kart championship. The film is directed by Owen Trevor (“Top Gear”) from a script by Steve Worland (“Paper Planes”) and begins production in the first half of 2018. Production is by Jamie Hilton (“Breath”) and Sonia Borella for See Pictures. Executive producers are Joel Pearlman, Michael Pontin, Berry Meyerowitz, and Jeff Sackman. Roadshow Films will manage distribution in Australia and New Zealand. International sales are by Acute Media. The film has capital support of the Western Regional Film Fund (WARFF) through Screenwest, also obtained major production investment from Screen Australia and Screenwest in conjunction with Create NSW and Spectrum Films. Screen Australia, Screenwest, and Create NSW have also come together to rear animated feature”100% Wolf” from Flying Bark Productions and co-producer Siamese. “100% Wolf” is based on the book of the same title by Western Australian author Jayne Lyons. The movie will be led by Alexs Stadermann and has been adapted by Fin Edquist, with Barbara Stephen and Alexia Gates-Foale producing.”Wolf” tells the story of Freddy Lupin, heir to the direction of a proud family line of werewolves. Positive he’ll become the most fearsome werewolf ever, Freddy is in for a shock when on his 14th birthday his first tryout goes wrong, turning him into a poodle instead. Flying Bark is among Australia’s top animation films with credits such as”Maya The Bee,” and”Blinky Bill: The Film” International sales will be handled by Studio 100 Film. Screen Australia also unveiled federal financing for 12 documentaries via two help programs — US$680,000 (A$850,000) through its producer support program, and US$2.13 million (A$2.66 million) via its project-specific commissioned application. Highlights include feature-length”Working Class Boy,” and”The Fight” and Northern Pictures’ series”The Magical Land of Oz.”CJZ’s”Working Class Boy” is based on Jimmy Barnes’ bestselling publication of the identical title, about the first years of Australia’s biggest rock star, and is directed along with co-produced by Mark Joffe (“Jack Irish”). The film will be released theatrically by Universal Pictures, followed by a broadcast on Australia’s Channel Seven.”The Fight” is a full-length adaptation of producer and manager group Violeta Ayala and Daniel Fallshaw’s award-winning Guardian short of the same title. It examines the discrimination faced by people with disabilities in Bolivia. “Magical Land’ by writer-director Tosca Looby (“Outback”) and executive producers Sue Clothier, Karina Holden, Caroline Hawkins, and Clare Birks, is a wildlife series that will explore the distinctive exotic animals of Australia who have evolved into a nation shaped with a distinctive climate and years of isolation. It’ll air on the through the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, BBC2 from the U.K., and PBS in the U.S.


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