Abramorama announced today the acquisition of world rights for a new film by Khyentse Norbu (“The Cup, Travellers And Magicians,” “Vara A Blessing”), “Looking For A Lady With Fangs And A Moustache.” This Nepali production, executive produced by Olivia Harrison, produced by Max Dipesh Khatri, and with cinematography by Mark Lee Ping-bing (“In the Mood for Love”), tells the story of Tenzin, a modern Tibetan entrepreneur, utterly skeptical of ancient, mystical beliefs, who is suddenly haunted by frightening dreams and hallucinations. A sage tells him those are omens for his imminent death. Filmed in a mesmerizing and magical Kathmandu, Tenzin will have seven days to save his life: a most unconventional, sacred journey into feminine energy. The film, which had its global premiere at the 17th Morelia International Film Festival (FICM), was also an official selection of the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival.
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On April 8th, 2021, The Rubin Museum of Art in New York City will host a virtual live premiere screening of “Looking For A Lady With Fangs And A Moustache,” followed by a live conversation with the director Khyentse Norbu and Dr. Richard J. Davidson. The Global Watch Now @ Home Cinema Release will be on April 9th, 2021 concurrent with some traditional in-theater engagements in Asia as circumstances allow. More information about the premiere screening, Watch Now @ Home Cinema Release, and broad TVOD availability will be available on the film’s website www.lookingforalady.com.
“I hope this film will transport audiences to a profound, mystical, and yet very real and accessible dimension of life with which our modern world is sadly and rapidly losing touch” stated Director, Khyentse Norbu.
Olivia Harrison (Executive Producer) stated, “Looking for a Lady with Fangs and A Moustache” intrigues and moves me greatly. It is a pleasure to be a part of Khyentse Norbu’s fifth feature film.”
Abramorama’s Richard Abramowitz (CEO) added, “We feel privileged to help bring this extraordinary film to people all around the world. Its beauty and wisdom are more essential now than ever.”
Watch the trailer here:
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the world goes by, Pallavi is optimistic to a fault and believes in building her world on her own rather than depending on others to make things right.