Studio 100 Film's “100% Wolf” has been nominated for an international programme award at this year’s Banff World Media Festival. The CGI movie has sold to 70 territories, with releases in the UK, Spain, the Middle East and in Russia. Theatrical releases are planned and will soon land in Italy and Scandinavia this Spring/Summer, in Germany for summer 2021 and Poland in fall 2021. It will be re-released in France this week after a successful first run end of 2020 and a suspension amid the pandemic. The movie is also available on HULU in the US region.
Produced by Flying Bark Productions in collaboration with De-Fi Media and Siamese, with principal investment from Screen Australia and Screenwest, the movie “100% Wolf” has been shortlisted in the ‘Animation: Youth (11-17)’ category at the prestigious Rockie Awards. The international program competition will stream live on 15th June 2021.
The 22-part CGI animation series "100% Wolf – Legend of the Moonstone," produced by Flying Bark Productions with ABC Australia and Super RTL Germany as commissioning broadcasters, hit the Number One spot as the most-screened series’ at MIPJUNIOR in 2019 as well as last year. The series has been sold to more than 70 countries including broadcasters such as NRK (Norway), Minimax in Eastern Europe, and Amazon Prime Video in the UK. SUPER RTL in Germany is about to launch the series this summer, Discovery Kids in Latam is planning its broadcast for fall.
Based on the books 100% Wolf and 100% Hero by renowned Australian author Jayne Lyons, the story of "100% Wolf" is of the life of Freddy Lupin, heir to the leadership of a proud family line of werewolves. Freddy is in for a shock when on his 14th birthday his first “warfing” session makes him feel weak. He must overcome his pink and fluffy exterior to prove his power.