The European Film Market will host a special lounge devoted to American indie filmmakers at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin next month. Under the umbrella American Independents In Berlin and organized by the Independent Filmmaker Project and the Sundance Institute, the lounge will function as a showcase for over 50 U.S. indies where films will screen in two sections: Sundance At EFM and IFP Selects. EFM director Beki Probst calls the combination of films chosen by IFP and the market’s long-standing collaboration with the Sundance Institute “a fitting mix and an important expansion of our offering for EFM exhibitors, buyers and participants.” On the festival side, the Forum has completed its special screenings roster with a mix of world premieres, revivals and “unearthings” including Swoon, Tom Kalin’s 1992 Leopold and Loeb retelling, a full 20 years after it debuted in Berlin. Other rarities include Wynn Chamberlain’s 1968 media satire Brand X, an underground comedy long thought lost that features the likes of Abbie Hoffman, Sally Kirkland, Sam Shepard and Andy Warhol regular Candy Darling. Restored prints of Shirley Clarke’s The Connection and Ornette: Made In America will also screen. The full list of special Forum titles is below:

Brand X
By Wynn Chamberlain, USA

in arbeit/en construction/w toku/lavori in corso (in the works)
By Minze Tummescheit/Arne Hector, Germany
World Premiere

Lawinen Der Erinnerung
By Dominik Graf, Germany
World Premiere

Swoon
By Tom Kalin, USA

Bakumatsu Taiyoden (The Sun In The Last Days Of The Shogunate)
By Kawashima Yuzo, Japan

Kino To Ashita No Aida (Between Yesterday And Tomorrow)
By Kawashima Yuzo, Japan

Suzaki Paradaisu Akashingo (Suzaki Paradise: Red Light)
By Kawashima Yuzo, Japan

The Connection
By Shirley Clarke, USA

Ornette: Made In America
By Shirley Clarke, USA

Peov Chouk Sor
By Tea Lim Koun, Cambodia

Puos Keng Kang (The Snake Man)
By Tea Lim Koun, Cambodia

Puthisen Neang Kongrey (12 Sisters)
By Ly Bun Yim, Cambodia

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