Director: Maria-Anna Rimpfl
Germany, 2006, 15 min
Shooting Format:Super 16
WINNER: Audience Award
Cast:Kim Schnitzer, Daniel Lommatzsch, Sabine Selle
Crew:Producers: Jonas Dornbach, Gian-Piero Ringel, Maria-Anna Rimpfl - Production: German Film- and Television Academy Berlin - Cinematography: Armin Dierolf - Edited by Florian Drechsler - Costume: Sabine Schlunk - Production Design: Claus Mayr - Sound: Manuel Laval, Niklas Kammertöns - Music: Ernst Bartmann - Sound Design: Sebastian Tesch
Sales:Jana Wolff, Festival Coordination c/o Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb), Potsdamer Str. 2 10785 Berlin, Germany - T: ++49 30 257 59 152
In a gothic mansion nestled at the edge of a deep forest, lives a family caught in a web of secrets and veiled horror. At the center of the psychological storm, a haunted young woman struggles with dark memories lurking in her heart. Amid the icy calm of her family's care, a struggle emerges between the hunted and the hunter, leading the audience to question the motives of each character and the real truth behind the woman's situation. Part fairy tale, part mystery and horror story, Wolfstraum borrows from the traditions of German folklore, leading one on an unforgettable journey into the psychological depths of malevolent power and hidden histories.
About the director
Maria-Anna Rimpfl (1977) is a film student at DFFB.