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Apple TV+ unveils the teaser trailer for new animated film WOLFWALKERS

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An Apple Original Film, “Wolfwalkers” is the latest from two-time Academy Award-nominated director Tomm Moore (“Song of the Sea,” “The Secret of Kells”) and director Ross Stewart (“The Secret of Kells”), and co-produced by the award-winning animation studios Cartoon Saloon (Oscar and Golden Globe nominee, “The Breadwinner”) and Melusine Productions (Oscar nominee, “Ernest & Celestine”). “Wolfwalkers” makes its North American world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this year and will stream around the world on Apple TV+.

In a time of superstition and magic, a young apprentice hunter, Robyn Goodfellowe, journeys to Ireland with her father to wipe out the last wolf pack. While exploring the forbidden lands outside the city walls, Robyn befriends a free-spirited girl, Mebh, a member of a mysterious tribe rumoured to have the ability to transform into wolves by night. As they search for Mebh’s missing mother, Robyn uncovers a secret that draws her further into the enchanted world of the “Wolfwalkers” and risks turning into the very thing her father is tasked to destroy.

Directed by: Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart
Screenplay by: Will Collins
Cast: Honor Kneafsey, Eva Whitaker, Sean Bean, Simon McBurney, Tommy Tiernan, Jon Kenny, John Morton, and Maria Doyle Kennedy

Produced by: Paul Young, Nora Twomey, Tomm Moore and Stéphan Roelants
Production Companies: Cartoon Saloon and Melusine Productions

“Wolfwalkers” will premiere on Apple TV+ late 2020

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