WHO’S IN IT?
Honor Kneafsey (Miss You Already), Eva Whittaker (film debut), Sean Bean (GoldenEye), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Sing Street), Simon McBurney (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), Tommy Tiernan (About Adam)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Tomm Moore (Song of the Sea), director, producer; Ross Stewart (film debut), director; Will Collins (My Brothers), writer; Stéphan Roelants (Ernest & Celestine), Nora Twomey (film debut) and Paul Young (The Secret of Kells), producers; Bruno Coulais (The Chorus), composer; Richie Cody (film debut), Darren T. Holmes (The Iron Giant) and Darragh Byrne (The Breadwinner), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
During a time when magic and superstition roams wild, Robyn Goodfellowe (Kneafsey) journeys to Ireland with her hunter father Bill (Bean) to eradicate the last known wolf pack. Whilst exploring the forbidden lands outside the city walls, she meets a free-spirited young girl named Mebh (Whittaker), who belongs to a mysterious tribe that is said to possess the power of transforming into wolves by night. As she accompanies her new friend on a quest to find her mother, Robyn uncovers secrets that draw her further into the magical world of the Wolfwalkers, while also at risk of turning into the very thing her father has been sent to destroy…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The animators behind the gorgeous Song of the Sea return with yet another magical escape into mythical folklore that is both enchanting and utterly beautiful to watch.