Studio 100 brings 100% Wolf to Cannes

Studio 100 has launched its new family film IP, 100% Wolf at Canne’s Marché du Film festival.

Based on the Australian book of the same name by Jayne Lyons which was originally published in 2008 in Australia, 100% Wolf went on to be named Bank Street Best Book of the Year and received the Parents’ Choice Recommendation in 2009, now Flying Bark Productions takes it to the big screen. The film will continue the book’s coming of age themes of embracing yourself, finding your place and standing up for what you believe in. 

“We are delighted to present ‘100% Wolf’ this year in Cannes! From the first moment we heard the story and saw the first sketches we were convinced of its originality. The protagonist Freddy still has to find his place in the world and searching for it he meets so many unique, entertaining and charming characters that people will love all around the world”, says Thorsten Wegener, director business operations of Studio 100 Film. 

The new movie “100% Wolf” will be produced by Flying Bark Productions, Australia, and directed by Alexs Stadermann with a script written by Fin Edquist. Producers are Barbara Stephen and Alexia Gates-Foale. Munich-based Studio 100 Film is the worldwide sales agent. 

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