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Wolfwalkers  2020
Director:  Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart
Producer:
  Paul Young, Nora Twomey, Tomm Moore and Stéphan Roelants
Art Director:
  Tomm Moore, Maria Pareja and Ross Stewart
Editor:
  Darragh Byrne, Richard Cody and Darren T. Holmes
Music:
  Bruno Coulais
Screenplay:
  Will Collins, based on a story by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart
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Cast:
people1 Sean Bean
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spacer1 Honor Kneafsey
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spacer1 Eva Whittaker
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spacer1 Simon McBurney
Voice
spacer1 Tommy Tiernan
Voice
spacer1 Maria Doyle Kennedy
Voice
spacer1 Jon Kenny
Voice
spacer1 John Morton
Voice
spacer1 Nora Twomey
Voice
spacer1 Paul Young
Voice
spacer1 Niamh Moyles
Voice
spacer1 Oliver McGrath
Voice
people1 Sean Bean spacer1 Honor Kneafsey spacer1 Eva Whittaker
spacer1 Simon McBurney spacer1 Tommy Tiernan spacer1 Maria Doyle Kennedy
spacer1 Jon Kenny spacer1 John Morton spacer1 Nora Twomey
spacer1 Paul Young spacer1 Niamh Moyles spacer1 Oliver McGrath
people1 Sean Bean spacer1 Honor Kneafsey
spacer1 Eva Whittaker spacer1 Simon McBurney
spacer1 Tommy Tiernan spacer1 Maria Doyle Kennedy
spacer1 Jon Kenny spacer1 John Morton
spacer1 Nora Twomey spacer1 Paul Young
spacer1 Niamh Moyles spacer1 Oliver McGrath

Synopsis:
It’s the mid-17th century and the Irish city of Kilkenny is occupied by Cromwell’s forces. Robyn and her father arrive from England. His job is to hunt down the local wolves, part of a plan to ‘tame’ what Cromwell regards as a wild country. Meabh is a young wolfwalker; when she sleeps, her wolf form leaves her body and roams the land.

She befriends Robyn, but that friendship is tested when the lives of the wolves and wolfwalkers are threatened by the invaders. Conjuring up yet another universe that straddles both real and fantasy worlds, Cartoon Saloon have produced an original and exciting tale that weaves Irish identity into the film’s rich visuals and the compelling narrative that explores friendship, difference and acceptance.

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