Jenna Bass – Flatland #Berlinale2019

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A talk with Jenna Bass, director of Flatland, about thriller, western and female empowerement.

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PODCAST| Angelo Acerbi interviews Jenna Bass, director of the film Flatland.

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Jenna Bass’s film has been the opening film of Panorama at Berlinale 69. The story of three women, completely different and forced to run and fight together in a western-based thriller was perfect for Jenna to convey the issue of female empowerment and female affirmation that the film strongly describes. A choice that came up while developing the film, as she tells us.

Flatland: Two young women are on the run through South Africa’s hinterland, hotly pursued by a policewoman who is trying to solve a murder case. A fast-paced road movie about female self-empowerment and a divided country.

  • Reporter
    Angelo Acerbi
  • Guest
    Jenna Bass
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