Rooftop Cinema: The Wolf House
August 14 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
A young woman, Maria, finds refuge in an abandoned house after escaping a German sect (loosely inspired by the Colonia Dignidad in Chile). Responding to Maria’s emotional state, everything in the house begins to mutate, including the two pigs who are the only occupants. Mixing stop-motion animation techniques, Cociña and León present the action in The Wolf House as a single sequence-shot, with characters transforming between three-dimensional paper puppets and two-dimensional wall drawings. The Wolf House was produced as a work-in-process art installation, and premiered as a feature film at the Berlin Film Festival.