Mission Wolf: Experiment in Living*
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United States
Release Year & TMFF Edition:
Gayle Nosal, Beret E. Strong
44 minutes
TMFF Awards:
June Nominee - Best Feature Film


Mission Wolf: Experiment in Living is the story of rescued wolves on wild lands in Colorado and the volunteers who keep them alive. It is set in the stunningly beautiful hills near the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The refuge itself is an odd place – off the grid, snowed in in winter, run by an often-changing group of young people who strive to have a small footprint on the planet and to nurture themselves as they nurture the wolves. As Will, one of the volunteers, says, “You can be healed in whatever way you need to be.” However, it’s not always easy. The outside world intrudes in unexpected ways, and power dynamics from American society find their way into the refuge, causing confusion and interpersonal struggle.


*Only a trailer is available for now.


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