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SELECT SCREENINGS

Museum of Contemporary Art [M HKA] – Mar 2018, Antwerp, Belgium 
Le Manège – Mar 2018, Maubeuge, France 
Le Casino: Forum d'Art Contemporain – Mar 2018, Luxembourg, Luxembourg 
Center for Multimedia Production [CEZAM] – Mar 2018, Podgorica, Montenegro 
La Nuova Pesa: Centre for Contemporary Art – Mar 2018, Rome, Italy
41st International Wildlife Film Festival – April 2018, Montana, USA 
34th Hamburg International Short Film Festival - Mo Friese – June 2018, Hamburg, Germany 
Festival du Nouveau Cinéma – Oct 2018, Montréal, Canada 
Imagine Science Films – Oct 2018, New York, USA 
Planet in Focus – Oct 2018, Toronto, Canada 
The Nunnery Gallery – 30 Oct–25 Nov 2018. London, UK 
ArtScience Museum – Jan 2019, Singapore  Ann Arbor Film Festival - Mar, USA  (WINNER JURY AWARD) 18th Wro Media Art Biennale – May to December 2019, Wroclaw, Poland
BF Artist Film Festival – The Gregson Lancaster – 9 July 2019, Lancaster, UK
GIV – Vidéos de Femmes dans Le Parc – 29 July 2019, Montréal, Canada
BF Artist Film Festival – SET London – 30 July 2019, London, UK

PART OF 57th ANN ARBOR ON TOUR // programme 2 //


Equal parts documentary and art installation Wolves From Above is a meditation on a pack of wolves filmed from the air.

The wolves are quiet and elusive. You can hear the weight of their paws on the grass, some playful growls, sniffing, licking, but on the whole this is a very still space. It is evident that the wolves are communicating, but we as human viewers are not sure what is happening. The tranquil silence draws the spectator in and allows the viewer to discover a different wolf.