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Wolfy, the Incredible Secret

wolfy
International title Loulou, l’incroyable secret
Section AnimaFICX
Country Francia
Year 2013
Color / B&W Color
Running time 79 min.
Original language Francés
Director Grégoire Solotareff, Éric Omond
Screenplay Grégoire Solotareff, Jean-Luc Fromental
Film Editing Céline Kélépikis
Music Laurent Perez del Mar
Diseño Gráfico: Grégoire Solotareff
Production Válerie Schermann, Christophe Jankovic
Cast Malik Zidi, Stéphane Debac, Anaïs Demoustier, Carlo Brandt, Marianne Basler, Léonore Chaix, Sarah-Jane Sauvegrain, Patrick Paroux, Marie Berto, Rémi Roubakha, John Arnold
Producer Prima Linea Productions
Distribution Company

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Synopsis
Loulou the wolf and Tom the rabbit are inseparable friends since childhood. Raised together under the same roof, in the peaceful Rabbit Country. One day Loulou, who thought he was an orphan, finds out thanks to a seer witch that his mother Olympe is alive in Wolfenberg, a principality ruled since centuries ago by a terrible dynasty of wolves. There, those without fangs are either enslaved or eaten without remorse. The two young comrades decide to leave in search of Olympe. Their arrival coincides with the celebration of the Meat Festival, a great annual hunting event gathering the most savage meat eating predators in the world. Loulou and Tom find themselves in an unknown hostile environment ruled by conspiracies and secrets that will directly affect them and put their brotherly friendship to the test.
Director bio

Grégoire Solotareff was born in Egypt in 1953. He is the writer of the “Loulou” series published by his publishing house of reference since 1985, Ecole de Loisirs and his books have been published all over the world. He has won many awards both for his comics and for his animation, among them one to the Loulou series, which was originally conceived for TV but which has also turned into two features and a few short films.
Éric Ormond was born in Cherbourg in 1968. He has worked as art teacher in several French schools and has published some graphic novels. As an animator, he has worked in The Illusionist by Sylvain Chomet, winner of the César to the Best Animated Feature in 2011. L’incroyable secret is the first movie he directs.