Alumnus Wolfgang Hastert at Cucalorus Film Festival

2013 Alumnus Wolfgang Hastert’s film WOLFKINO will screen at the Cucalorus Film Festival in Wilmington on November 16th.The experimental film is a short narrative portraying people on Fayetteville Street in Durham. WOLFKINO juxtaposes two unique media: 35mm B/W hand-processed film with 35mm color footage shot in a hand-cranked toy camera.

 

WOLFKINO

Director: Wolfgang Hastert

Short Film

Running Time:
2:20

Screening Info:
Saturday, November 16
4:30 PM
City Stage Theater
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Story of a man with a toy camera who brings joy and happiness to the folks in his neighborhood in Durham, North Carolina.Filmed in 35mm B/W, hand-developed and inter-cut with LomoKino 35mm hand-cranked original color movie film.Screening with Bob Birdnow’s Remarkable Tale of Human Survival and the Transcendence of Self

Director Bio:
Wolfgang Hastert, called Wolf by his peers, is an award-winning documentary/ experimental filmmaker and media artist. He has been working with the European arts channel ARTE TV as an independent author, director, producer, and cinematographer. His films on American artists, photographers, and pop & cyber culture have been presented in festivals world-wide.