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Cláudia Varejão 2022 1h 51m

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Special Jury Award (Youth Feature) - FIC Valdivia


Ana was born in São Miguel, an island ruled by religion and traditions. In between Luis, her queer best friend who loves dresses as much as pants, and her friend Cloé from Canada, bringing with her the glowing days of youth, Ana embarks on a journey filled with new desires. Wolf and Dog is the enchanting ode to the island’s queer community where the twilight glow crosses the immense Atlantic Ocean.

About the director

Cláudia Varejão

Cláudia Varejão was born in Porto and studied cinema at Restart in Lisbon, International Cinema Academy of Sao Paulo (Brazil) and through the Gulbenkian Creativity and Artistic Creation Programme by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in partnership with the German school Deutsche Film und Fernsehakademie Berlined. She directed the documentary FALTA-ME (Special Mention DocLisboa 2005 and It’s All True Festival São Paulo 2007) and the fiction shorts UM DIA FRIO (Official Selection Locarno’09, Best Portuguese Speaking Language Film at Cineport’09, Great International Prize in Lille’09, Jury Award at the Mediterranean Short Film Festival of Tangier and the Great Prize at the Montpellier International Festival of Mediterranean Film 2009). Her first feature IN THE DARKNESS OF THE MOVIE THEATER I TAKE OFF MY SHOES (2016) premiered at Cinéma du Réel. AMA-SAN premiered at Visions du Réel in the same year and received a Special Mention at Karlovy Vary IFF. Besides her work as film director she has been working in editing and direction of photography in documentaries. She has also been developing video projects in theater, performance and fine arts. Her latest film WOLF AND DOG (2022) was selected at Giornate Degli Autori and FIC Valdivia.

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