Lorber Films is pleased to announce the U.S. theatrical premiere of Tony Gatlif’s (Exiles, Latcho Drom) epic drama KORKORO (Liberté), the story of a wandering tribe of Gypsies who were rounded up by the Germans in WWII France. Based on historical events, KORKORO features a genre-shattering original score by Delphine Mantoulet that pulsates with Gatlif’s signature musical verve and poignancy, this time infusing the Gypsy sound with influences from period musicians such as Maurice Chevalier and Django Reinhardt. The film resonates with the current European political context in which nations grapple with the integration – and in some cases deportation – of Gypsies amidst significant controversy. Gatlif’s latest work wields an impressive cast of French talent including Marie Josée Croze (Tell No One, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly), Marc Lavoine (The Good Thief) and Rufus (Amelie). KORKORO will have its U.S. theatrical premiere on March 25th at the Cinema Village in New York, followed by a release to select cities nation wide.