“The only thing you need to watch this year.”
Saw this live play/film/interactive experience—for that’s what it is, an experience, not a passive viewing—this summer at the 5 Point Film Festival (click here for more awesome trailers), which we helped media sponsor. It was the best thing I saw there, by far, and much of the rest was impressive, truly—that’s how extraordinary The Wolf & the Medallion is.
This scene blew us all away. We all asked for the video. Here it is.
Fast-forward to 3:22 if you’re busy or only have two minutes to live. Otherwise, do watch the whole thing. And never, ever, ever let the beast catch you:
From the award winning film “The Wolf & The Medallion”– the much requested “ten Things” is now available as a gift from all of us over at ThreeHouse. The Ten Things are a part of the letter written home to my 4 year old son from a small summit on the China/Mongolia border. Happy holidays!
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Only slightly related bonus (NSFW language):
“Now look, she wants the Heki two-roof lights, side by side french furniture and the scarlet cushions with the matching hatchback covers. Oh and boys, she’s terrible partial to the periwinkle blue.”
I tell ya wha I gonna do.
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