19 FEB 2020

EFM 2020: STUDIO 100 FILM PRESENTS COMPLETED MOVIE "100% WOLF"

The animation movie will travel around the globe to territories including Italy, Portugal, Turkey, South East Asia, the German-speaking territories and LATAM. Studio 100 Film acts as international sales agent and is located at Marriott Office #286 at this year’s EFM.

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Studio 100 Film today announced an impressive slate of sales for the recently completed “100% Wolf”. The animation movie will travel around the globe to territories including Italy, Portugal, Turkey, South East Asia, the German-speaking territories and LATAM. Studio 100 Film acts as international sales agent and is located at Marriott Office #286 at this year’s EFM.

Additionally, Studio 100 Film together with the production team introduced the voice cast of the upcoming movie: Ilai Swindells (The Code, Deadly Women) lends his voice to main character Freddy, Samara Weaving (Ready or Not, The Babysitter, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri) plays Batty, Jai Courtney (The Suicide Squad, Jolt, Terminator: Genisys) voices Freddy’s father Flasheart alongside Jane Lynch (Glee, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Two And A Half Men).

Alexia Gates-Foale, Producer of "100% Wolf" and Head of Animation at Flying Bark Productions, comments “We are thrilled to see the completed movie in Berlin. ‘100% Wolf’ takes the audience on a journey with our hero Freddy who is learning to accept himself as a very pink and fluffy poodle, and in doing so he develops the capacity to be a great leader! We loved joining Freddy on his adventure – and we are convinced that kids around the globe will too.”

Greg Gavanski, Executive Producer of "100% Wolf" and Animation Division Head at ReDefine, adds: "We are delighted to have co-produced '100% Wolf'. It was fantastic to collaborate on this wonderful project with such a talented team at Flying Bark. We thoroughly enjoyed working together with the filmmakers to bring this beautiful story to life which explores the universal themes of diversity and self-acceptance.”