“Fusing Grimm, the early shorts of David Lynch and the stop-motion work of Jan Svankmajer.” —Hollywood Reporter
With inventive and striking stop-motion animation, this experimental feature follows the nightmarish story of a young woman who escapes from unseen danger into a fantastical shape-shifting house. Interpreting German folktales and Latin American rituals, politics, and culture, The Wolf House plunges into a sinister and darkly mysterious realm. 2018, Chile, DCP, in Spanish and German with English subtitles, 73 min.
A conversation with filmmaker Cristóbal León follows the screening on Friday.
Free tickets for students are available at the box office one hour before Wednesday night’s screening. Student groups can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve.