Lupa is a short film that investigates the sculpture portraying the Capitoline Wolf. A mythical symbol associated with the foundation of Rome, this work has been reproduced in many countries. In Romania alone, there are 22 reproductions of it. The wolf herself narrates the film. Refusing to be a passive symbol, she builds a historical portrait of her different reproductions around the world.
|Sound mixing||Christian Obermaier|
|Other||Katsuyuki Hattori, Julia Trolp, Michael Eikel, Susumu Miyazu|
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Born in Bucharest, Romania and now based in Germany, Aurelia Mihai is an artist and filmmaker, as well as a professor at the University of Art in Brauschweig. Her creative and filmmaking work has been awarded numerous prizes and grants in the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Sweden. Her work has been exhibited in major art centers around the world.
Cento Piedi (2012) ; City of Bucur (2010) ; Cinematograful Rosu (2009) ; …si cel moldovean (2008) ; Von Herzen (2007) ; The Day, it Begins with the Cock and Ends with the Dogs (2005) ; Tal der Träumer (2004)