The short film “LUPUS”
by the plastic artist and Colombian director Carlos Gómez Salamanca
(Nocroma), is a transmedia project on street dogs and cities that starts from a raw red chronicle: A night watchman who looked after a building under construction was Devoured by a pack of more than 20 stray dogs that roamed the streets of Bosa, a marginal neighborhood of Bogota.
This project examines the expanded context of this tragic event, exploring issues such as urban sprawl, wild instinct, and our relationships with animals within large cities.
“LUPUS” consists of an animation short film, an interactive documentary, an exhibition and a book. At the moment this project finished and colored in the laboratories of 2.35 Digital was invited to be part of the official selection of Festival Annecy 2017 in addition to being present in festivales of France, Finland, Morocco, Russia, Greece and Italy, and to have passed with success In the festivals of Clermont Ferrand and the Festival National du Film D’animation (France).
See more information about the festivals where “LUPUS” participates in the following links:
LUPUS en FORUM DES IMAGES /PARIS
LUPUS presente en la FETE DU COURT METRAGE, UNIFRANCE
LUPUS en la cinemateque de Paris, Francia
LUPUS, selección oficial competición LABO, FESTIVAL CLERMONT FERRAND
Lupus, en competencia internacional en Tampere Film festival Finlandia