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Saara Lamberg’s thriller ‘Innuendo’ premieres on Amazon in the Us and UK

Saara Lamberg in ‘Innuendo.’

Saara Lamberg’s debut feature Innuendo had a limited cinema release in Australia but the psychological thriller will reach a lot more eyeballs in the Us and the UK, where it’s just launched on Amazon Prime.

Amazon Prime has more than 100 million household members in the Us – although Nielsen reported one of its most watched shows, superhero adventure The Boys averaged 4.1 million viewers per episode – and 6.4 million in the UK.

The Finnish/Australian actress/filmmaker plays Tuuli, a nude art class model who moves to Melbourne from Finland and endures a string of broken relationships.

Andy Jans-Brown plays Lucky, whose friendship with Tuuli goes sour, with Andy Hazel as Thomas, a sensitive Uni student and Brendan Bacon as charismatic chainsaw sculptor Ben.

Distributed by Umbrella Entertainment, the film screened at Melbourne’s Cinema Nova and at Blair Northfield’s Pighouse Flicks in Byron Bay, was
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Huma Qureshi & Diana Penty to speak at Cannes Film Festival 2019

Bollywood actors Huma Qureshi and Diana Penty will be heading to the French Riviera this week to attend the 72nd Festival de Cannes.

Both actresses are representing Vodka brand Grey Goose and are set to walk to red carpet on 19th May for the in competition film A Hidden Life.

They will also partake in a discussion at the India Pavilion on 18th May. The session is titled ‘Women in Global Cinema’ and will be hosted by filmmaker Madhur Bhandakar (Fashion) and will also include Judi Beecher and Saara Lamberg.

The festival runs from 14th May to 25th May and will see world premieres of highly-awaited movies such as Once upon a Time in Hollywood starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Al Pacino and Margot Robbie and is directed by Quentin Tarantino.
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Cinegar Bar meeting pays off for Saara Lamberg’s ‘Innuendo’

‘Innuendo’

Producer-exhibitor Blake Northfield and filmmaker-actor Saara Lamberg had never met until they joined Cinegar Bar, the new independent filmmakers co-operative founded by Heath Davis.

It was a fortuitous meeting for both as Northfield agreed to screen Innuendo, the Finnish-Australian’s debut feature as a director, at his Byron Bay cinema Pighouse Flicks.

In the psychological thriller she plays Tuuli, a nude art class model who moves to Melbourne from Finland and endures a string of broken relationships. Andy Jans-Brown plays Lucky, whose friendship with Tuuli goes sour, with Andy Hazel as Thomas, a sensitive uni student and Brendan Bacon as charismatic chainsaw sculptor Ben.

It will premiere at Pighouse Flicks on March 15 with a Q&A session attended by Lamberg and Jans-Brown, and will play for at least a week.

Distributed by Umbrella Entertainment, the film screened last year at Melbourne’s Cinema Nova, has been released on VOD and played on 9Gem.
See full article at IF.com.au »

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