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Publicist RICHARD LORMAND at BERLINALE 2014

Photo of Peter Belsito By Peter Belsito | SydneysBuzz January 31, 2014 at 8:30AM

Richard Lormand has been a friend on the circuit of ours for may years. He has an exciting new lineup of women-directed films at Berlin.
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Richard Lormand has been a friend on the circuit of ours for may years.

He has an exciting new lineup of women directed films at Berlin.

Wow!!

Can't wait to see them all!

Following is his press release on them. Now you now what to watch (and buy!!) at Berlin!!

from Richard -

Richard Lormand


Hola Film Lovers!

I've been prepping my Berlinale films in sunny, sumptuous Buenos Aires, but I'm still excited to get back to the European winter. After recent debates about the sparse presence of female directors in competition at major film festivals, I'm pleased to announce that I'm handling three Berlinale Competition films directed by women! Here's my bottom line on all four of my Berlinale 2014 films (in order of appearance):

Concerning Violence
Concerning Violence

Goran Hugo Olsson's CONCERNING VIOLENCE: Swedish filmmaker Goran Hugo Olsson is a true talent at turning archival footage into thought-provoking pertinent films, as in the 2011 Sundance hit THE BLACK POWER MIXTAPE 1967-1975. His new film CONCERNING VIOLENCE was just shown at Sundance and will be presented in the Berlinale's Panorama Doc section. Based on radical political writer Frantz Fanon's post-colonial studies work, the film shows how the price of freedom in Africa has usually been paid with violence. Ms. Lauryn Hill's distinctive and asssertive voice bring extra force to the texts. Unique style and editing add to the powerful experience this important film offers.

Inbetween Worlds
Inbetween Worlds

Feo Aladag's INBETWEEN WORLDS (ZWISCHEN WELTEN): I admire directors for the persistence, focus and stamina the best of them demonstrate in sticking to the long and multifaceted process of making a film. Berlin-based director Feo Aladag is a fine example of a writer-director-producer's unshakeable commitment to a project. Feo puts the same passionate talent for cross-cultural interconnection into INBETWEEN WORLDS as she did in the Tribeca winner WHEN WE LEAVE (DIE FREMDE). Ronald Zehrfeld (Christian Petzold's BARBARA) as the troubled German soldier and the mostly non-professional Afghani cast are all terrific in this smart and compassionate human drama.


The Third Side of the River
The Third Side of the River

Celina Murga's THE THIRD SIDE OF THE RIVER (LA TERCERA ORILLA): Argentinian director Celina Murga gives us a tight exercise in teenage tension in her new film LA TERCERA ORILLA (lit. The Third Bank). This rigorously-constructed film boasts a smoldering performance by first-timer Alian Devetec as the broody Nicolas. Celina keeps us guessing about her main character's path as his overbearing father begins to dictate Nicolas' future. Celina previously showed her knack for films about youth in her acclaimed features A WEEK ALONE and ANA AND THE OTHERS. Her former Rolex Arts Initiative mentor Martin Scorsese executive produced.

Macondo
Macondo

Sudabeh Mortezai's MACONDO: It's always a surprise when a first film makes it into Competition at a major festival. It's the prestigious festival way of saying "You must check out this amazing new filmmaker!" I definitely agree that's the case for Vienna-based Iranian Sudabeh Mortezai. She has successfully captured the heart and soul of the refugee condition in her touching first fiction feature. In the leading role, 11-year-old Ramasan Minkailov is phenomenal - sensitive, strong, charismatic.

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