The Saara Lamberg film INNUENDO, shot in Victoria and Finland, has been acquired for international sales and distribution by the US company Blairwood Entertainment, piloted by The Hollywood FAME Award recipient James Dudelson. Blairwood will launch the international sales of INNUENDO at the Cannes Film Market in May.
The psychological arthouse thriller INNUENDO written, directed and produced by Saara Lamberg, tells the story of the bad twin gone deranged. Lamberg plays the parts of the identical twin sisters and the leading man is Brendan Bacon (Spin Out, The Mule).
The screenplay won an award in the Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest before the production started in 2014. Innuendo was completed last year and the film has been screened on two Australian festivals to date, and compared with the works of David Lynch, Martin Scorsese and Roman Polanski.
Blairwood entertainment is a boutique agency with carefully selected titles including the Australian classic “a Bush Christmas” starring the Oscar winner Nicole Kidman.
Blairwood Entertainment noticed INNUENDO at the American Film Market last year, where the Director of Acquisitions Tiffany Johnson saw the film and told Dudelson “You have to meet this woman (Lamberg), she is amazing.”
With over 30 years’ experience and expertise in the entertainment industry, Blairwood Entertainments James Dudelson was the Co-Founder of Film Gallery, a leading distribution company in the 80’s and 90’s which distributed many award winning movies. He also served as Executive VP of Theatrical and Non-Theatrical distribution with Fries Entertainment, and as President CEO of Taurus Entertainment Company. His career includes the developing, writing, producing, and directing of feature films. In addition, he has acquired and distributed projects for all rights and territories, and supervised the acquisition and sales of both independent projects and studio libraries. In 2009, Dudelson won the James Dudelson is 2009 Hollywood FAME Award recipient Career Achievement.
Saara Lamberg is currently developing her second feature film Westermarck Effect.