Wolf and Sheep
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Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:World Cinema
Women and Film
Competition: Emerging Filmmaker
Tags:Drama
Women Directors
Coming-of-Age
Culture & Society
Voice Category:Expanded Horizons
Release Year:2016
Runtime:86 min
Awards:Director’s Fortnight: Art Cinema Award - Cannes
Country:Denmark
France
Sweden
Afghanistan
Language:Hazaragi
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Alpha Violet
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz0aCZJha9w
Cast/Crew
Director:Shahrbanoo Sadat
Producer:Adomeit Film
Katja Adomeit
Cinematographer:Virginie Surdej
Screenwriter:Shahrbanoo Sadat
Editor:Alexandra Strauss
Principal Cast:Sediqa
Qodrat
Amina
Sahar
Filmography:Not at Home ('13)
Description

Qodrat is an isolated young man, already dreaming of his adult life at eleven, brooding over the death of his father. He becomes the subject of vicious gossip as his mother becomes the third wife of a local man who has no interest in his new wife’s child. Retreating to the outskirts of his village, he becomes friends with Sediqa, a fellow outcast. Going against all the strict rules of this remote Afghani hamlet, Qodrat teaches Sediqa how to braid slingshots—something a boy never teaches to a girl, whose only occupation is to become a wife and mother.

Inspired by her remote village in rural central Afghanistan where she grew up, Shahrbanoo Sadat’s Wolf and Sheep was the winner of the Cannes Film Festival Director’s Fortnight top award, and is replete with magical fairies, walking wolves, and brutal realism, making it one of the most memorable films you’ll ever see.


Director’s Biography

At 20, Shahrbanoo Sadat was the youngest resident in the history of the Résidence du Festival at Cannes, using the residency to develop Wolf and Sheep. Based in Kabul, Afghanistan she has been a filmmaker since her teens. Her short Vice Versa One was selected at Directors' Fortnight, Cannes Film Festival in 2011.


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