Cast and Credits
Original title / Sarah joue un loup-garou
English title / Sarah Plays a Werewolf
Director / Katharina Wyss
Screenplay / Katharina Wyss, Josa Sesink
Cinematography / Armin Dierolf
Editing / Tania Stöcklin
Music / Conrad Oleak
Sound / Bernhard Zitz
Production Design / Anne Weick, Sylvan Kuhl
Costume Design / Malena Modéer, Sophie Reble
Cast / Loane Balthasar, Michel Voïta, Annina Walt, Sabine Timoteo, Manuela Biedermann, Simon Bonvin, Lou Spring, Monica Budde, Jeanne De Mont
Production / Luc Peter – Intermezzo Film
Associate Production / Charlie Petersmann – Mnemosyn Films
Co-production / Deutsche Film-und Fernsehakademie Berlin (DFFB)
International sales / Patra Spanou Film Marketing & Consulting
Press Attaché / Marie-France Dupagne, Barbara Van Lombeek, Gudrun Burie – The PR Factory
Format / Color
Runtime / 86 min.
On stage 17-year-old Sarah gives it all. When she performs, there is an instant of suspense, a moment in which she appears to transform completely into her character. What lies behind Sarah’s radical stage presence? A dark secret she is trying to express. A claustrophobic family environment, the longing for a boyfriend, a friend, someone she can confide in. The more Sarah expresses this desire, the more she ends up alienating the people willing to get close to her. A few days in the life of an outsider and her incessant struggle to escape solitude.
Katharina Wyss (1979) after earning a Master of Cinematic Studies and Philosophy degree in Berlin and Paris, she studied Film Directing at Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie in the German capital. She wrote, directed, edited and produced several short films and commercials. Sarah joue un loup-garou (Sarah Plays A Werewolf) is her first full-length film.
30.08 — 09.09