Exclusive: New York-based Visit Films’ Efm slate includes the world premiere of Berlinale selection History Of Fear, Sundance award winner 52 Tuesdays and a couple of Rotterdam Tiger competition titles.
Benjamin Naishtat’s History Of Fear screens in competition and paints a portrait of social unrest in Buenos Aires during a heatwave as seen through the eyes of a diverse group of people.
52 Tuesdays (pictured) earned Sophie Hyde the best director prize in Sundance’s World Cinema section and follows a teenage girl over the course of one year as her mother prepares for a sex change operation.
All three films are feature directorial debuts and will also screen in the market.
Visit’s line-up includes six titles receiving their market premieres.
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