Wolfwalkers is a 2020 animated fantasy adventure film directed by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart. The film is the first installment in Wolfwalkers franchise. An international co-production  led by Cartoon Saloon and Mélusine Productions, It is the first installment, it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 12 and was released theatrically in the United Kingdom on October 30, in the United States and Canada on November 13, and in Ireland on December 2. It was released digitally on Apple TV+ on December 11. It received widespread universal acclaim from critics, who praised the animation, emotional depth, performances and characters.
Wolfwalkers follows the story of Robyn Goodfellowe, a young apprentice hunter who arrives in Ireland with her father during a time of superstition and magic 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 rumored to have the ability to turn 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.
The film stars the voices of Honor Kneafsey, Eva Whittaker, Sean Bean, Simon McBurney, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Tommy Tiernan, Jon Kenny and John Morton. It was nominated at the BAFTA Awards for Best Animated Film, Golden Globe Awards for Best Animated Feature Film and Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature.
Wolfwalkers Back To Theaters On Friday, March 19, 2021.
Wolfwalkers is scheduled to be released on June 25, 2021.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
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 rumored 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 her into the very thing her father is tasked to destroy.
Plot[edit | edit source]
In 1650 Ireland, the residents of the town of Kilkenny are attempting to clear the neighboring woods]] for farming as per the orders of the authoritative Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell]], putting them at odds with a pack of wolves living within them. Hunter Bill Goodfellowe and his young rebellious daughter Robyn]] have been summoned from England to Kilkenny by the Lord Protector to help exterminate the wolves so the woodcutters can continue their work unimpeded. Disliking the confining nature of Kilkenny and wanting to help Bill, she decides to sneak out of the town one day to follow him along with her pet falcon, Merlyn. After accidently shooting Merlyn with her crossbow after trying to kill a wolf attacking a shepherd and his flock, Robyn watches as a mysterious girl takes Merlyn with her back into the woods with the retreating wolves. The Lord Protector scolds Robyn for not working in his scullery and gives Bill two days to kill the wolves.
As she is escorted back to Kilkenny by the Lord Protector’s guards, Robyn manages to sneak away back into the woods, where she finds Merlyn has miraculously healed. She is then approached by a young wolf, causing her to stumble into a trap. As the wolf attempts to free Robyn, she attempts to attack it, causing the wolf to bite her on the arm. Merlyn and the wolf lead Robyn back to the wolves’ den]], where she discovers that the wolf is the same mysterious girl from earlier. The girl, Mebh]], calls herself a “wolfwalker” and she magically heals Robyn’s wound “before it’s too late.” As Mebh and the other wolves lead Robyn out of the den and woods, the two girls get to know more about each other, and they quickly bond over their desires for freedom. Robyn also learns that Mebh’s mother, Moll, also a wolfwalker, has not yet returned in her search for a new home for her pack, though when she tries to convince Bill about the existence of wolfwalkers and her plans for a nonviolent way to rid the woods of the wolves, Bill ignores her, upset over her disobeying the Lord Protector’s orders.
The next morning, while working her first day in the scullery, she is drawn into the Lord Protector’s chambers by a mysterious voice as well as the wolfwalker magic residing in her bitten arm, discovering a large concealed cage, though is quickly ushered out by the head maid. That night, while she sleeps, Robyn finds her soul has left her body and transformed into a wolf, thus making her a wolfwalker herself, forcing her to flee Kilkenny. Returning to woods, Mebh is ecstatic to learn of Robyn’s transformation, and she helps Robyn get accustomed to her new form, including her heightened sense of smell, sound, and speed.
Upon returning to Kilkenny, Robyn attempts to return to her human body, but is drawn to the presence of another wolfwalker, suspecting it to be Moll. After evading the frightened townspeople, Bill amongst them, Robyn manages to infiltrate the Lord Protector’s manor, where she finds Moll. Despite assuring her that Mebh is unharmed, Moll tells Robyn to instruct Mebh to leave the woods with the pack, as it is no longer safe for them there. Unable to free Moll but able to evade the Lord Protector, Robyn manages to return to her human form just as Bill returns home, though the Lord Protector and the rabid townspeople arrive shortly after. The Lord Protector gives Bill one last chance to rid the forest of the wolves lest he be demoted as a footsoldier in his army, and he assures the townspeople that he can tame the wolf that he’s captured, and by extension, nature itself. Robyn’s pleas to let Moll go and declaring her a wolfwalker fall on deaf ears, the Lord Protector deeming it “pagan nonsense.”
Fearing separation from each other, Robyn and Bill tend to their usual duties. Mebh, waiting for Robyn to return on a promise from the previous night, infiltrates Kilkenny herself and searches for her mother. She finds Robyn, who attempts to relay Moll’s message about taking the pack and leaving with them, but Mebh, hurt by Robyn’s refusal to help rescue her mother, resolves to do so alone. Mebh and Robyn then watch as the Lord Protector presents a muzzled and chained Moll to the townspeople. An enraged Mebh storms the stage and attempts to free her, and when Bill tries to restrain her, Moll breaks the muzzle and bites him on the arm. After placing Moll back into the cage, Mebh is forced to flee, but not before promising to return with her pack to rescue her mother. The Lord Protector orders Bill to kill Moll before he joins him and his army to wage war on the wolves. Robyn protects Moll from Bill before freeing her and reuniting with her with Mebh before she and her pack can attack Kilkenny, earning Mebh’s forgiveness.
Bill arrives and shoots Moll in the chest, fearful for Robyn’s safety, though he witnesses Moll’s wolf form turning into a spirit and leaving to return to her human form in the den, Mebh and the wolves following it. Robyn transforms into her wolf form and follows them just as the Lord Protector and his army arrive and begin razing the forest. As Mebh works on trying to heal a grievously wounded Moll, she sends her pack to follow Robyn, who leads them to attack and hold the army back to prevent them from reaching Mebh and Moll. Mebh summons Robyn and her pack back, realizing she needs them present in order to heal Moll, though Robyn is caught in the blast of a cannon ball attack, causing her to get left behind. Robyn thwarts another cannon attack aimed at the den, but is injured as a result. Before the Lord Protector can kill her, Bill, due to Moll’s bite, becomes a wolfwalker and attacks the Lord Protector in his wolf form. Bill, with help from Robyn in her human form, overpowers the Lord Protector and holds him over the edge of a cliff above a waterfall. The Lord Commander resigns to his fate and willingly plunges himself into the jagged rocks below.
Robyn and Bill manage to return to the den where they both help Mebh and the pack revive Moll, who invites Bill and Robyn to stay with them and embrace their new identities as wolfwalkers.
Robyn, Mebh, Bill, and Moll then travel with their pack to find a new home, riding in a wagon drawn by Lord Protector’s horse. Bill puts a flower in Moll’s hair and Mebh and Robyn fall asleep in the back, their wolf forms running around the wagon, reaching a valley's peak as they howl in unison, of there Journey begins.
Voice cast[edit | edit source]
Main[edit | edit source]
- Honor Kneafsey as Robyn Goodfellowe, the main protagonist. She is a young apprentice hunter, a housekeeper, a wolfwalker after, and Bill's daughter.
- Eva Whittaker as Mebh Óg MacTíre, the main deuteragonist. She is an adventurous beta Wolfwalker and Moll's daughter.
- Sean Bean as Bill Goodfellowe, the tritagonist. He is a hunter, a soldier, a wolfwalker after and Robyn's father.
- Maria Doyle Kennedy as Moll MacTíre, the tritagonist. She an alpha wolfwalker, the leader of the wolf pack and Mebh's mother.
- Simon McBurney as Oliver Cromwell "The Lord Protector", the main antagonist. He is the ruler of Ireland and Robyn Goodfellowe's archenemy.
Secondary[edit | edit source]
- Tommy Tiernan as Seán Óg Woodcutter, a minor character. He a woodcutter who believes in the existence of the wolfwalkers after they heal him.
- Jon Kenny as Ned Stringy Woodcutter, a minor character.
- John Morton as Stumpy Woodcutter, a minor character.
- Paul Young as Sheep Farmer, a minor character.
- Nora Twomey as Bridget, a minor character. She the head maid in the Lord Protector's scullery.
- Oliver McGrath as Padraig, a minor character. He a young bully in the town of Kilkenny.
- Niamh Moyles as Fishmonger, a minor character.
Additional Voices[edit | edit source]
- Philip Brennan - Additional Voices
- Jim Carroll - Additional Voices
- Richie Cody - Additional Voices
- Brendan Corcoran - Additional Voices
- Michael Culleton - Additional Voices
- Sarah Doyle - Additional Voices
- Amy Dunne - Additional Voices
- Gilly Fogg - Additional Voices
- Jennifer Hughes - Additional Voices
- Michael McGrath - Additional Voices
- Ken McGuire - Additional Voices
- Desiree Meade - Additional Voices
- Graham Mills - Additional Voices
- Aoibhin Murphy - Additional Voices
- Mags Murphy - Additional Voices
- Aaron O'Dea - Additional Voices
- Cara O'Doherty - Additional Voices
- Aoife O'Neill - Additional Voices
- Jacqueline Purcell - Additional Voices
- Muireann Ryan - Additional Voices
- Alan Slattery - Additional Voices
- David Thompson - Additional Voices
- Eleanor Walsh - Additional Voices
Street Children[edit | edit source]
- Jack Caldwell - Additional Voices
- Eoin Cleary - Additional Voices
- Marguerita Hanlon - Additional Voices
- Jacob Holden - Additional Voices
- Clare Keating - Additional Voices
- Orla Keating - Additional Voices
- Caolan Lucas - Additional Voices
- Patrick McGrath - Additional Voices
- Daisy Moran - Additional Voices
- Dylan Muldowney - Additional Voices
- Mark O'Connell - Additional Voices
- Roisin O'Shea - Additional Voices
Soldiers[edit | edit source]
- Ben Andrews - Additional Voices
- Jerome Burelbach - Additional Voices
- Vince Drews - Additional Voices
- Seamus Greene - Additional Voices
- Gilbert Johnston - Additional Voices
- Luke Mandie - Additional Voices
- Ian Sanderson - Additional Voices
Production[edit | edit source]
On September 8, 2018, Apple acquired Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart's Wolfwalkers from a script by Will Collins. The film is an original concept that was created by Moore and Stewart, and its animation will utilize a unique 2D style rotating between a woodblock aesthetic and loose expressive linework.
Music[edit | edit source]
Moore's frequent collaborators, Bruno Coulais and folk group Kíla, provided the film's original score. Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora contributes to the soundtrack, with a new version of her already-released single "Running with the Wolves". English singer-songwriter Taylor Swift contributes to the soundtrack, with a new version of her "Summertime".
Release[edit | edit source]
The theatrical release in Ireland was planned for the same day as the UK but delayed until later in the year due to the enforced closure of cinemas across the country because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was instead released on 2 December.
The film debuted on Apple TV+ on 11 December, and was later released theatrically in France on 16 December by Haut et Court. In March Deadline announced that Wolfwalkers would be re-released to select theaters in North America, starting on March 19, 2021 with the Angelika Film Center in New York.
Reception[edit | edit source]
Box office[edit | edit source]
Wolfwalkers has earned $229,041 at the global box office.It's U.S. Domestic gross has not yet been revealed.
Critical response[edit | edit source]
On Rotten Tomatoes, 99% of 140 reviews are positive for the film, and the average rating is 8.70/10. Critics consensus on the website reads, "A mesmerizing Celtic-inspired adventure, Wolfwalkers offers an epic ethereal fantasy matched by profound philosophies and stellar voice work." On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 87 out of 100, based on 28 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".
Sam Adams of Slate called this the best animated movie of the year to date, noting some weakness in mismatched tone but writing at length about the beauty and technical ability of the animation. Peter Debruge of Variety wrote: "In the decade since "Kells," it’s not just the technological advances that make Moore's latest so impressive, but the rapidly changing cultural conversations as well. He brings everything together by borrowing from timeless visual influences, leaving audiences with another stunning artwork for the ages."
Accolades[edit | edit source]
Accolades[edit | edit source]
|Award||Date of ceremony||Category||Recipients(s)||Result||Ref.|
|Academy Awards||April 25, 2021||Best Animated Feature||Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart, Paul Young and Stéphan Roelants||Pending|||
|AFI Festival||October 23, 2020||Narrative Feature||Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart||Won|||
|Alliance of Women Film Journalists||January 4, 2021||Best Animated Feature Film||Wolfwalkers||Nominated|||
|Best Animated Female||Eva Whittaker||Nominated|
|American Cinema Editors Awards||April 17, 2021||Best Edited Animated Feature Film||Darragh Byrne, Richie Cody, Darren Holmes, ACE||Pending|||
|Annie Awards||April 16, 2021||Best Animated Feature — Independent||Wolfwalkers||Pending|||
|Best FX for Feature||Kim Kelly, Leena Lecklin, Frédéric Plumey, Almu Redondo and Nicole Storck||Pending|
|Best Character Animation - Feature||Emmanuel Asquier-Brassart||Pending|
|Best Character Design - Feature||Federico Pirovano||Pending|
|Best Direction - Feature||Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart||Pending|
|Best Music - Feature||Bruno Coulais and Kíla||Pending|
|Best Production Design - Feature||María Pareja, Ross Stewart and Tomm Moore||Pending|
|Best Storyboarding - Feature||Guillaume Lorin||Pending|
|Best Voice Acting - Feature||Eva Whittaker as Mebh Óg MacTíre||Pending|
|Best Writing - Feature||Will Collins||Pending|
|Art Directors Guild Awards||April 10, 2021||Excellence in Production Design for an Animated Film||Ross Stewart, Tomm Moore and Maria Pareja||Pending|||
|Atlanta Film Critics Circle Awards||February 1, 2021||Best Animated Film||Wolfwalkers||Runner-up|||
|Austin Film Critics Association Awards||March 19, 2021||Won|||
|British Academy Film Awards||April 11, 2021||Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart and Paul Young||Pending|||
|Boston Society of Film Critics Awards||December 13, 2020||Wolfwalkers||Runner-up|||
|Boston Online Film Critics Association||December 19, 2020||Won|||
|Chicago Film Critics Association||December 21, 2020||Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart, Nora Twomey and Paul Young||Won|||
|Chicago Indie Critics Awards||January 2, 2021||Wolfwalkers||Nominated|||
|Columbus Film Critics Association||January 7, 2021||Won|||
|Critics' Choice Super Awards||January 10, 2021||Best Animated Movie||Nominated|||
|Best Voice Actress in an Animated Movie||Honor Kneafsey||Nominated|
|Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards||February 10, 2021||Best Animated Film||Wolfwalkers||Runner-up|||
|Denver Film Critics Society Awards||January 18, 2021||Nominated|||
|Detroit Film Critics Society Awards||March 8, 2021||Best Animated Feature||Nominated|||
|Dorian Awards||April 18, 2021||Most Visually Striking Film||Pending|||
|Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards||December 18, 2020||Best Irish Film||Won|||
|European Film Awards||April 25, 2021||Young Audience Award||Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart||Pending|||
|Florida Film Critics Circle||December 21, 2020||Best Animated Film||Wolfwalkers||Runner-up|||
|Georgia Film Critics Association||March 12, 2021||Nominated|||
|Golden Globe Awards||February 28, 2021||Best Animated Feature Film||Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart||Nominated|||
|Gotham Awards||January 11, 2021||Wolfwalkers||Audience Award||Nominated|||
|Best International Feature||Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart, Paul Young, Nora Twomey and Stéphan Roelants||Nominated|
|Greater Western New York Film Critics Association Awards||December 31, 2020||Best Animated Film||Wolfwalkers||Won|||
|Hollywood Film Critics Association Awards||March 5, 2021||Won|||
|Best Animated or VFX Performance||Honor Kneafsey||Nominated|
|Hollywood Music in Media Awards||January 27, 2021||Original Score - Animated Film||Bruno Coulais||Nominated|||
|Houston Film Critics Society Awards||January 18, 2021||Best Animated Feature Film||Wolfwalkers||Nominated|||
|Indiana Film Journalists Association||December 21, 2020||Best Animated Film||Runner-up|||
|Best Vocal/Motion Capture Performance||Sean Bean||Runner-up|
|IndieWire Critics Poll||December 14, 2020||Best International Feature||Wolfwalkers||7th place|||
|International Cinephile Society Awards||February 20, 2021||Best Animated Film||Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart||Nominated|||
|International Film Music Critics Association Awards||February 18, 2021||Best Original Score for an Animated Film||Bruno Coulais||Won|||
|International Online Cinema Awards||2021||Best Animated Film||Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart||Won|||
|Best Original Score||Bruno Coulais||Nominated|
|Best Visual Effects||Narissa Schander, Serge Umé, Svend Rothmann Bonde, Eimhin McNamara||Nominated|
|Iowa Film Critics Association Awards||February 20, 2021||Best Animated Film||Wolfwalkers||Runner-up|||
|Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards||January 24, 2021||Won|||
|Latino Entertainment Film Awards||March 7, 2021||Best Animated Feature||Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart||Nominated|||
|London Critics Circle Film Awards||February 7, 2021||Technical Achievement Award||Nominated|||
|Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards||December 20, 2020||Best Animated Film||Wolfwalkers||Won|||
|Motion Picture Sound Editors||April 16, 2021||Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR for Animated Feature Film||Christine Seznec, Sebastien Marquilly and Bruno Seznec||Pending|||
|Music City Film Critics Association||December 21, 2020||Best Animated Film||Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart||Nominated|||
|National Board of Review||January 26, 2021||Top 10 Independent Films||Wolfwalkers||Won|||
|New Mexico Film Critics Awards||January 23, 2021||Best Animated Film||Won|||
|New York Film Critics Circle Awards||December 18, 2020||Won|||
|North Carolina Film Critics Association Awards||January 4, 2021||Nominated|||
|North Dakota Film Critics Society Awards||January 15, 2021||Best Animated Feature||Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart, Stéphan Roelants, Nora Twomey and Paul Young||Runner-up|||
|North Texas Film Critics Association Awards||January 26, 2021||Best Animated Film||Wolfwalkers||Nominated|||
|Online Association of Female Film Critics Awards||March 1, 2021||Best Animated Feature||Won|||
|Online Film Critics Society Awards||January 25, 2021||Best Animated Film||Nominated|||
|Online Film and Television Association Awards||April 4, 2021||Runner-up|||
|Best Voice-Over Performance||Honor Kneafsey||Runner-up|
|Pandora International Film Critics Awards||January 30, 2021||Animated Motion Picture||Wolfwalkers||Won|||
|Phoenix Critics Circle Awards||March 18, 2021||Best Animated Film||Nominated|||
|Producers Guild of America Awards||March 24, 2021||Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures||Paul Young, Nora Twomey, Tomm Moore, and Stéphan Roelants||Nominated|||
|San Diego Film Critics Society Awards||January 11, 2021||Best Animated Film||Wolfwalkers||Won|||
|San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle Awards||January 18, 2021||Nominated|||
|Satellite Awards||February 15, 2021||Best Animated or Mixed Media Film||Won|||
|Seattle Film Critics Society Awards||February 15, 2021||Best Animated Feature||Won|||
|Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards||February 22, 2021||Best Animated Film||Runner-up|||
|St. Louis Film Critics Association Awards||January 17, 2021||Nominated|||
|Toronto Film Critics Association Awards||February 7, 2021||Won|||
|Ursa Major Awards||March 31, 2021||Best Motion Picture||Pending|||
|Utah Film Critics Association Awards||February 13, 2021||Best Animated Feature||Won|||
|Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards||February 8, 2021||Nominated|||
|Best Voice Performance||Honor Kneafsey||Nominated|
|Women Film Critics Circle Awards||March 7, 2021||Best Animated Females||Eva Whittaker||Runner-up|||
Future[edit | edit source]
- "No, I don’t think we do sequels per se, it would be unusual if we did that but we do tend to continue in the same vein, so we’ll see. The next few films that we do will be quite different. Who knows what’s down the line?"
- ―Tomm Moore in an interview with RTÉ
During an interview in 2021, Moore stated that there are no plans for Wolfwalkers sequel, just like his previous films The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea, have no sequels.
Sequels[edit | edit source]
Coming December 2022!
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