Wolfe 15+, unless accompanied by an adult
South Australian Premiere
Unlike most kids, Nick had an imargianry friend he could really hear. His voice sounded gruff and old, and no one else could hear him. Mister Wolfe became Nick's constant companion, but before long a darker side emerged. Featuring animated scenes and a candid interview with the now 24-year-old Nick, this film portrays a collage of his psyche.
Director Claire Randall | Producer Shannen Tunnicliffe, Claire Randall | Editor Claire Randall & Liam Keogh | Composer Jacob De Weger | Director of Photography: Lachland James Morton, Animator: Lachlan James Morton, Colourist: Lachan James Morton
Claire Randall was born in Brisbane, after studying Film and Screen Media at Griffith university she found a passion for documentary production. Due to developing depression in her late teenage years, she has focused mainly on mental illness and social awareness documentary subjects.
Choosing to shy away from the cliché and stereotypical, Claire brings a unique twist to the documentary form using animation, independent musical scores, and single shot interviews with intriguing visual styles to spur the audience's attention and intrigue.