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DOCUMENTARIES
KAWERGOSK
RUE MOUFETTARD
DISHONORABLE KILLINGS
FIRE DREAMS
BEHIND THE VEIL
WOMEN OF THE SAND
POLIO ERADICATION CAMPAIGN
THE SEEKERS
KETAHANAN (Resilience)
THE SECURITY COUNCIL
FATIMA
DOCUMENTO ESPECIAL
URBAN OUTCASTS
REBEL MEXICO
DESTINY
KBITT (Courage)
THE SISTERS OF LADAKH
GOING BACK HOME
 
 FILMOGRAPHY
FILMOGRAPHY
Dishonorable Killings, an investigative documentary on honor killings of women in Kurdish communities in South-East Turkey. Director/producer.
 
 
 
 
 

Lobo Docs

We produce documentaries and current affairs programs, with emphasis on international social and cultural issues. We are small, flexible, digital. We can go to Nouakchott or Leh on few hours notice and get the job done with passion and efficiency. Although we are technology-savvy and cost-effective, our basic premise is to achieve compelling storytelling based on poignant testimonies of real-life characters and stunning visual imprint.

Our extensive multicultural experience infuses our work with tolerance, diversity, respect and openness. We uphold ethical humanistic values that are deeply reflected in our films, which are simple yet gripping because they tap into universal emotions.


Richard Wolf

A worldwide director, Richard Wolf studied documentary production at the Global Village school in New York and film directing at the New York Film Academy. Social and humanitarian issues are the focus of his work. Combining investigative reporting with a keen eye for visual storytelling, he has developed a unique style that blends epic-scale imagery with candid intimate testimonies.

Mr. Wolf has directed over thirty documentary films for commercial networks and public television, as well as independent productions broadcast on the BBC, CNN and other major media outlets. Shot in five continents, these films are as diverse as their environments. But all of them share deep humanistic values, a close rapport with compelling real-life characters and outstanding cinematography.

Mr. Wolf’s many awards include the World Medal at the New York Festival, the Ibero-American journalism award presented by EFE (Spanish News Agency), the Prince Rainier Award at the Montecarlo Festival, the Ayrton Senna and Vladimir Herzog awards for special reports on children and human rights. He has undertaken assignments for the United Nations in New York, Africa, Asia and East Timor, where he headed the television station implemented under the UN mandate. 

Mr. Wolf’s filmography embodies a strong gender focus. He has documented women’s resistance against fundamentalism under the Taliban in Afghanistan, having produced the groundbreaking “Behind the Veil” film, as well as women empowerment stories in diverse locations from Spain to the Himalayas and Indonesia. Mr. Wolf has also worked as documentary director at TV Cultura, the largest public television station in Latin America, winner of two international Emmy awards.

Mr. Wolf’s documentary “Women of the Sand” is now part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. He has completed his first narrative feature film “Fatima”, a breath-taking story of a beautiful young woman who returns to war-torn Baghdad and must make hard choices to survive amidst chaos.

Mr. Wolf is a cosmopolitan director with a broad world vision and a distinctive authorial approach to filmmaking.








 RICHARD WOLF
Richard Wolf
"Filmmaking means having the courage to reach for the emotional limits of humanity and conveying them to the audience.”
 
 CLIENTS
CLIENTS
BBC
CNN
APTN (London)
Discovery Channel
Swiss Television
ABC (Australia)
FRANCE 24
Rai (Italy)
United Nations
MOMA
TVE (England)
SKY TV
Multicanal (Spain)
Worldlink TV (USA)
SBT (Brazil)
Bandeirantes (Brazil)
Globo (Brazil)
TV Cultura (Brazil)
UNDP
UNICEF
 
 AWARDS
AWARDS
New York Festival
International Emmy Award
EFE (Spanish News Agency) Award
Ayrton Senna Journalism Award
Vladimir Herzog Human Rights Reporting Award
Montecarlo TV Festival Award
Rosario Festival Award
 

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DOCUMENTARIES
       
RUE MOUFETTARD
"RUE MOUFETTARD"
Multiculturalism in Paris
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"KAWERGOSK"

A Requiem for Syrian Refugees

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KAWERGOSK
       
DISHONORABLE KILLINGS
"DISHONORABLE KILLINGS"
Honor Killings of Women in Kurdistan
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"FIRE DREAMS"
A poetic visual exploration of the universal power of hope.
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Fire Dreams
       
Behind the Veil
"BEHIND THE VEIL"
Afghan Women
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"WOMEN OF THE SAND"
Nomad Islamic Women
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Women of the Sand
       
POLIO ERADICATION CAMPAIGN
"POLIO ERADICATION CAMPAIGN"
Better Health for African Children
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"THE SEEKERS"
On The Road Worldwide
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The Seekers
       
Ketahanan
"KETAHANAN" (Resilience)
Tsunami Reconstruction
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"THE SECURITY COUNCIL"
An Insider's Look at the U.N.
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The Security Council
       
Fatima
"FATIMA"
Baghdad Dramatic Film
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"DOCUMENTO ESPECIAL"
Investigative Reporting
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Documento Especial
       
Urban Outcasts
"URBAN OUTCASTS"
Hip Hop in Sao Paulo
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"REBEL MEXICO"
Special Report On The Zapatistas
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Rebel Mexico
       
Destiny
"DESTINY"
21st Century Gypsies
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"KBITT (Courage)"
East Timor is Born
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Kbiit  (Courage)
       
The Sisters of Ladakh
"THE SISTERS OF LADAKH"
Himalayan Feminine Buddhism
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"GOING BACK HOME"
Street Children in Brazil
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Going Back Home
       
       


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