May 17, 2017

Saara Lamberg’s Innuendo wins in California

It's not just psychological thrills on offer in Innuendo, with the film also containing lashing of dark humour.
It's not just psychological thrills on offer in Innuendo, with the film also containing lashing of dark humour.
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Finnish-Australian Saara Lamberg’s film Innuendo has won the Best Narrative Feature Film award at the Fine Arts Film Festival in Venice, United States.

Shot in Australia and Finland, the psychological thriller tells the story of a delusional life-drawing model.

Innuendo is a film about art, but the film itself is art,” the festival director Juri Koll defines, in an article in Broadway World. “It is a very rare combination to find. I don’t want to describe it because it is indescribable, there’s nothing quite like it.”

The Fine Arts Film Festival, arranged by the Venice Institute of Contemporary Art, is a major showcase for independent film.

Next up, the film is heading to Cannes, where worldwide sales for the film will be launched.

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