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Only the Brave Opens Friday, Oct 20, 2017

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The Berlinale 2017 Diaries: Finding Cinematic Heroes or Maybe Just the Brave

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Courage redefined is a prevailing theme at this year’s Berlinale.

Or perhaps I’m noticing it more in films as I search for my own definition of the word, and the quality. Courage being what is needed in uncertain times and I don’t mean the kind that turns men into heroes. Those are burst of courage, while I am seeking the long distance run, garden variety kind of braveness that can be sustained throughout this baffling moment in our world history. Along with music, art, film and incredibly touching performances by some world-class actors, I’ve also discovered true grit at Berlinale.

Kaisa’s Enchanted Forest

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Filmmaker Katja Gauriloff hails from Lapland and she is a proud descendant of Finland’s indigenous Skolt Sami tribe. In her latest film Kaisa’s Enchanted Forest, Gauriloff — beautifully and poetically — explores her roots, through stories about her great-grandmother Kaisa, as told in the travel writing of the Swiss Robert Crottet and the images of Spanish photographer Enrique Mendez. In person Katja is the younger, modern splitting image of her great-grandmother, possessing all the quiet courage of her ancestor, as well as her hauntingly beautiful eyes. Eyes that tell a story of displacement post-WWII at the hands of both the Russians and the Finnish government. Eyes that through displacement have found a resilience within.

Lets face it, indigenous people the world over have always suffered and will continue to suffer until we mobilize to stop the worldwide injustice instead of concentrating on the “cause célèbre” of the day. When people hold up banners that say “Refugees Welcome!” I think, well, where are you when Native lands are torn away from the very people who have owned them for hundreds, perhaps thousands of years? Where is the public outrage for those who lost and continue to lose their home? Saving the world begins by saving just one person — start with your neighbor. The refugee crisis is caused by a wave of displacement, so the logical solution is helping a person, a family, a people to find stability in their homeland, before that crisis begins.

Gauriloff’s film provided me with one new definition of courage found within the idea of resilience, but also friendship and cultural bridge-building. Kaisa’s story has been told because of Crotter’s writing and Mendez’s images, and without that lifetime friendship we would have never been able to cherish this beautiful work of cinematic art.

Kaisa’s Enchanted Forest screens in the NATIVe program.

Newton

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From Finland to India, to the jungle of Chhattisgarh in Central India to be exact. Newton by Amit V. Masurkar is a touching, personal and very human film about the strength of one very resolute rookie election clerk to uphold the democratic process in a rebel-threatened area. The title character, played by the charismatic beyond belief (both on the screen and in person) Rajkummar Rao, fights so powerfully and persistently to allow a village of barely 70 inhabitants to vote that his efforts become farcical. And magically cinematic in the process.

Newton as a man is another impersonation of courage. Rao plays him straightforward and nearly monotone and somehow manages to weave within that a romantic hero-like quality. But characters that shine beyond their role in society is a specialty of the Shahid award-winning actor. Masurkar is also a master at downplaying, which of course only exalts the audience, able to draw its own conclusions. There are lots of funny moments in Newton but its true beauty lies in the burst of human truths it tells so powerfully, and the characters surrounding the story which are well-rounded and honestly played. I wouldn’t be surprised if the film made a big splash around the world, at this time when we’re perhaps no longer taking democracy for granted.

Newton screens in the Forum section.

Red Dog: True Blue

We often forget that the reason we love cinema today is because our parents showed us movies when we were children. And every once in a while, I find I need to reconnect to stories that talk about the world from the viewpoint of kids. Red Dog: True Blue is a wonderful new Australian film that did just that for me, brought me back to my childhood years. But to call it a children’s film would be doing filmmaker Kriv Stenders an injustice because it is pure true family entertainment and a movie everyone can agree to watch together, the young and old, the pure and the jaded.

Based on the legend of Red Dog, and on the writing of Daniel Taplitz, who also penned the original Red Dog film, this installment is more of an origins tale than a sequel. In fact, it tells the story of young Mick who is shipped off to his grandfather’s cattle station in Western Australia and there finds a connection with a wolf-like strange dog he calls Blue. Actually, at times Blue, especially when the camera closes in on his eyes, looks eerily like the Berlinale bear! But I digress. Red Dog: True Blue is also a tale that encourages reconnecting to the inner child, to find serenity in life.

I loved hearing stories about the screening of the film in Berlin from both the filmmaker, his lead actor Jason Isaacs (who plays Mick as an adult) and their publicist. The excitement was palpable and there is no better — and more honest — audience than one filled with children. They won’t let you get away with anything less than perfectly wonderful. Which of course, this film is.

Red Dog: True Blue screens in Generation Kplus.

Dream Boat

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As someone who grew up watching The Love Boat on TV, a film that talks about an all-male gay cruise ship sailing through a sea of fun and human stories sounds like a dream project. And when I finally watched Dream Boat, I found within its poignancy and truthful story a real gem. Tristan Ferland Milewski weaves a portrait of homosexual men who are all searching for their very own, personal definition of love. Dipankar, an account manager from India but living in Dubai yearns for normalcy in a gay relationship, while Martin, a photographer from Vienna living with HIV finds comfort in a more flamboyant lifestyle. Ramzi, a student from Palestine, has found a haven and a lifelong partner he stands by through thick and thin by relocating to Belgium, while the Polish fitness trainer Marek seems more alienated after moving to Nottingham and takes his sadness on the cruise. All the while, accountant Philippe from France watches it all serenely from his wheelchair.

There is a lot to adore about Dream Boat, its truthful telling of these men’s tales but also the way they are photographed at their best, and sometimes at their most demoralized. For me, the true genius of Milewski’s film lies in the way he singlehandedly destroys the differences that we think divide the heterosexual experience from those of the members of the LGBT community.

In Dream Boat he shows us once and for all that each of us needs, craves and wants the same thing: Someone to love us, for exactly who we are.

Dream Boat is part of the Panorama Dokumente section.

The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov

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In May of 2014 Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov was arrested by Russian authorities for suspected terrorist activity. Today, he is serving a 20-year sentence in a Siberian jail. But his crime isn’t that for which he’s been convicted. He is being punished for never recognizing the illegal annexation of Crimea by Russia in 2014, for providing aid during the Crimean crisis, and for participating in the AutoMaidan movement. His lawyers, his family and his supporters worldwide know this to be the truth.

Now audience at the Berlinale will be able to make up their own mind and perhaps find their own answers in The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov, a documentary about Sentsov’s trial by Uzbeki-Russian director Askold Kurov. The Trial is perhaps the most important piece of filmmaking you could watch at Berlinale, because it provides a dramatic, yet traumatically real glimpse into how far a dictatorship will go to eliminate courage. Courage in this case is art, and Sentsov seems like a really unfortunate scapegoat of the times. It is probably his visibility, unlike we usually see in political thrillers, that messed him up and caused his incarceration. He was visible, he was worldly, the filmmaking community adored and admired him, and this was a threat to an unfair policy.

The Trial follows the everyday life of the court appearances by Sentsov himself but also the lives of those around him. His kids, his mother and his cousin, who all suffer through the uncertainty and the injustice. Unfairly accused, riddled with the lies thrown at him, Sentsov breaks out in laughter when the verdict is read, perhaps forever redefining true courage for me.

The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov is screening as a Berlinale Special.

All photos courtesy of the Berlinale, used with permission.

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Raising Brave Daughters

It seemed like a small miracle that my third grade daughter’s dance routine was the second act in the two-hour lineup of her school talent show. I let out a sigh of relief when I saw her name so close to the beginning, knowing that we were off the hook if (when?) our 3-year-old was unable to make it to the end of the show.

As I scanned the program, I saw that the final number was called “Brave,” and it featured nine 4th grade girls. I had a feeling it would be worthwhile for us to make it to the end of the talent show — for whatever reason, I just sensed it would be special.

Fortunately, with the assistance of an iPad on mute, several trips to the drinking fountain and a few seating adjustments, our preschooler made it through the entire show. We had moved to the very back of the auditorium to minimize any disruptions to those around us, and it was time for the final song. A line of girls wearing white T-shirts and holding large white poster board signs filed onto the stage, and the opening strains of Sara Bareilles’ “Brave” filled the room.

The first student held up her sign:

“You are amazing.”

Another sign came up:

“Stronger than you know.” I felt my eyes burning with tears.

And a third:

“More beautiful than you think.”

“Learning. Growing. Not Alone.” By now, tears were spilling down my face.

“Flawed. Whole. Scared. Brave.”

As the messages kept coming, the audience cheered on the girls, and Sara Bareilles’ beautiful words poured from the speakers. It was overwhelming, moving and powerful.

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The very first girl to hold up her sign accidentally had it upside down. When she realized it and turned it around, everyone cheered her on. She got back up and kept going; it actually seemed to fit in perfectly with the message of their performance. At the end of the song, the girls donned hats and boas, picked up toy guitars and microphones, danced and did their thing. They showed all of us what it means to truly be yourself — flaws, silliness and all. I cheered and applauded with a lump in my throat, and I as returned to my seat, I saw that my friend had also been crying during the performance. Here we were, two 36-year-old women weeping at an elementary school talent show. And I suspected we weren’t the only ones.

Why was this message so powerful that it brought me to tears? As the mother of two little girls, the words of this song and the words on the girls’ signs encapsulate exactly what I hope my children are able to internalize as they navigate the world around them. I want them to believe in themselves. I want them to feel strong and proud. I want them to understand that it doesn’t matter if they look like the girls in the magazines or on TV — that they are more beautiful than they think.

The words on the signs came from an incredibly powerful poem called “You. Are. Amazing.” by Tia Sparkles Singh of Your Life, Your Way.

As we send our young daughters into the world, they are vulnerable and highly susceptible to insidious messages about what it means to be a girl in this world. You should be pretty. You should dress like all the other girls. You should be skinny. You should do whatever it takes to fit in. You should be like everybody else. When I was 10 years old, I certainly didn’t feel comfortable in my own skin, strong or brave.

Historically, girls have been socialized to be attractive, polite and good. But today’s girls are finally being given permission to transcend those roles. Of course we want them to be kind and considerate to others and to take pride in their appearance. But we also want them to be strong, to believe in themselves, to let their own unique light shine. To be brave.

When I asked how the girls got the idea for this performance, I discovered that it had actually been a few of their moms’ idea. I thought that was fantastic — it’s equally inspiring that these girls have mothers who are aware of the importance of this positive message. If we want our girls to embrace confidence, courage and self-acceptance, it’s going to have to start with us. As mothers, fathers and mentors, we have to teach our girls these values — they’re not likely to stumble on them on their own while being bombarded by other less-constructive messages from the world around them.

But the girls had their own ideas about the powerful message they had to share. Here’s what they had to say:

“It can inspire people to encourage others.”

“Spreading this message can make people more confident about themselves.”

“Help stop bullying.”

“Be yourself, not someone else.”

“I want to be liked for who I am.”

“We all have our own personalities.”

“Don’t be afraid to be yourself.”

“This message can change people’s lives and the whole world.”

This transitional age — from the tween years to the teen years — is absolutely transformative, and it is a crucial time to instill feelings of empowerment, security and a strong sense of self in our girls. What if we could really help them to believe and internalize these messages and to get that message to spread to other girls in the school, in the city and beyond? What would it take for parents, daughters and community members to join together to change the way we think about girls and women in the world? I don’t think there is any better gift we can give our daughters than to help them discover that they are powerful, valuable, and brave.

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These girls threw a pebble, and it made ripples. They stood on stage in front of their entire school and shared who they are — quirky, kind, strong, beautiful, and confident. They were, in a word — brave.

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A destitute and uneducated young man living on the streets is knocked down by a car. The driver, Joseph, a wealthy and influential businessman, takes the young man into his home to better care for him. Thus begins Archie’s journey of self-discovery. Joseph employs a nurse, Nathan, to provide the care and a teacher, Anthony, to help the young man to learn how to read and write. Joseph’s personal assistant, Jacob, completes the principal cast of this story. Archie and Nathan fall in love. For Archie, love is a both a word and a feeling which he has never known before. However, what appears to be charity and compassion on the part of Joseph begins to take on an altogether different complexion and suddenly Archie and Nathan are in danger. Jacob tips them off to the threat and helps them to escape from Joseph’s house. Seeking refuge in the Comanche grasslands, Archie and Nathan meet Gus, an old Comanche warrior, who gives them sanctuary. Learning to ride and exploring the landscape of love is all-consuming, except for the nagging, burning question which was never answered; why had they needed to flee from Joseph and Anthony?A puzzle, given to Archie by Jacob, once solved, leads them to a hoped for rendezvous with Jacob where the threat becomes both real and deadly. Joseph’s true motives for helping Archie are eventually revealed and all are thrown into mortal danger.’Brave’ is a metaphysical journey which borrows from the Comanche creation myth. The title ‘Brave’ was chosen to convey both the bravery of the main characters as they triumph over their respective demons and the bravery of the Comanche from whom I have drawn much inspiration, both for this and other stories.’Brave’ combines the three stories, ‘Broken’, ‘Mended’ and ‘Demon Rider’. ‘Broken’ previously appeared in ‘A Liberty Treasury Trio of Gay Romances’. ‘Mended’ and ‘Demon Rider’ were previously published as stand-alone titles.

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So This Is What It Means To Be A ‘Brave’ Actress

You can be deemed a “brave” actress for adopting a foreign accent or even playing the villain. But when you’re the romantic lead and don’t look like you walked out of the pages of Vogue, you’re on a whole other level, according to some critics.

Sketch comedy group It’s Megan skewers the sexist silliness in the “So Brave” video posted on Funny Or Die.

And you know what? For tackling this subject, It’s Megan is so brave.

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‘SNL’ Women Take Sara Bareilles’ ‘Brave’ Lyrics Literally And Say What They Wanna Say

Do you suffer from politeness? Are you tired of making coffee dates with people you don’t like or holding back spoilers for the sake of your friends? You don’t have to anymore, you just have to be brave!

The ladies of “SNL” embrace their audacity in a new sketch that says it’s OK to speak your mind, even if it’s totally rude. Leslie Jones calls out Pete Davidson for not paying enough at lunch and Kate McKinnon flat out tells her co-worker she’s not going to her birthday party.

Just listen to the words of Sara Bareilles’ “Brave” and say what you wanna say. It feels so good.

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Nicholas Hoult Is Down To Brave The Wilderness With Bear Grylls

If you were looking to swoon over the loveable Nicholas Hoult in “Young Ones,” you might find yourself a little disappointed. In the film, from director Jake Paltrow, it’s actually quite difficult to like Hoult’s character, Flem Lever. He’s a ruthless man who manipulates those closest to him — including characters played by Elle Fanning and Kodi-Smit McPhee — in order to survive in an otherwise hopeless, post-apocalyptic world where water is the most precious commodity.

“It was 115 degrees, just baking hot, people passing out from heat exhaustion. There wasn’t a whole lot of having to act that side of the story,” Hoult told HuffPost Entertainment of the film’s shoot, which took place in Springbok, South Africa, over a five-week period.

The brutal conditions on the film might help explain why, when we asked if he had to choose one person to survive in a post-apocalyptic setting with, Hoult had a strategy all planned out.

“I’d pick Bear Grylls. I like watching those shows, and I do watch them with the idea of like, ‘If this happens I have to remember this stuff if I’m stranded,'” Hoult said. “Watching Bear Grylls climb inside a camel carcass in the desert to survive, I’m like, ‘All right, if I’m ever stuck in the desert…'”

But his list of three essential items he’d bring is a little less practical.

“I’d need some sort of music player. I love anything from hip hop to old soul … kind of an eclectic mix. I’d bring a book, too … I’m currently reading J.D. Salinger’s ‘Nine Stories.’ And a toothbrush,” he said. “I’d definitely bring a toothbrush.”

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