Magazine article Screen International

Euro Execs Grow Berlin Art-House Cinema Wolf (Exclusive)

Magazine article Screen International

Euro Execs Grow Berlin Art-House Cinema Wolf (Exclusive)

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Wolf Kino plots expansion.

The European exhibition and distribution executives behind fledgling Berlin art-house cinema Wolf Kino are planning growth in 2018.

Wolf Kino

The boutique two-screen cinema with a total capacity of 89 is available for screenings during the EFM.

Next year the venue will ramp its upgraded post-production facility Studio 6 under the supervision of filmmaker Marcin Malaszczak and colourist and DOP Jorge Piquer Rodriguez.

The cinema is also looking to acquire more films - and show undistributed films - after first release In The Last Days Of The City.

Wolf, located on the site of a former brothel in trendy Neukolln, is the brainchild of festival programmer and former Curzon Cinemas head of events Verena von Stackelberg.

The site was conceived with partners including Vera Herchenbach (Madman Entertainment), Benny Drechsel (Rohfilm), and Roger Wingate (Curzon Artificial Eye) with advice from filmmaker Malaszczak (Sieniawka) and the support of a crowdfunding campaign which raised more than [Euro]55,000. …

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