Lara Heller, a multifaceted actress indulges for Nouvel Hay and reveals her talent
Lara Heller enjoys working on independent films, since they cover interesting and moving subjects. She is convinced that the cinema is an extraordinary medium which can both entertain but also inform the public with emotionality and memory: “Cinema is well suited to highlighting forgotten, tragic or suppressed events” .
It takes a lot of courage, time, money, energy and creativity to produce a film like “The Cut” . After the film’s premiere in London, Lara was deeply touched when an Armenian foundation presented her with the Armenian Genocide Centenary Medal: “I am very proud of it, and I will never forget it,” she said. .
She feels exceptionally privileged to have been chosen by Turkish filmmaker Fatih Akin for a role in this important film and looks forward to working on other equally memorable productions in the future.
Often chosen for her ability to interpret a wide range of ethnic origins, she enjoys the challenges presented by mastering accents and dialects. A testament to her talent is how Lara meticulously researches the linguistic variations of her role before accepting it, and works closely with both nationals of the region she represents and with the vocal coaches: “J ‘likes to master new accents as much as possible while studying body language and its variations from country to country, while respecting the culture ” .