Two years ago, ARRI launched a new funding program for up-and-coming filmmakers from all over the world: the International Support Program (ISP). "Wildling" is the first project to benefit from this with a package of post-production and co-production services. Fritz Boehm´s feature film debut was shot by, Director of Photography, Toby Oliver ACS ("Get Out," "Happy Death Day") in New York with the ARRI cameras ALEXA Mini and AMIRA and edited at ARRI Media in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos among others. "Wildling" was produced by Maven Pictures, Celine Rattray, Trudie Styler, and Charlotte Ubben. The leading roles were played by Bel Powley, Brad Dourif, and Liv Tyler. The film is about a young woman who was locked up in an attic throughout her childhood. After her release, she realizes that she may be the last survivor of a mysterious, dangerous species: a wildling. The thriller had its world premiere at this year´s South By Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas.
"Wildling" director Fritz Boehm on ARRI
The fantasy-horror-thriller feature "Wildling" is the first production to be released with the support of ARRI´s International Support Program. In an interview, director Fritz Boehm talks about his feature film debut, the formats Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, as well as about his collaboration with ARRI.