Sikkimese Director Samten Bhutia’s ‘Tara: The Lost Star’ selected for screening at Cannes festival


PTI, May 11, 2024, 10:50 AM IST

Sikkimese Director Samten Bhutia’s feature film ‘Tara: the Lost Star’ has been selected for market screening at the Cannes International Film Festival.

 

The film directed by Bhutia is produced by Sabitri Chettri, under the banner of SaDa Productions in association with Passang Mintok Films.

 

“With its compelling narrative, ‘Tara: The Lost Star’ is a feature film in Nepali Language which offers a

Sikkimese Director Samten Bhutia’s feature film ‘Tara: the Lost Star’ has been selected for market screening at the Cannes International Film Festival.

The film directed by Bhutia is produced by Sabitri Chettri, under the banner of SaDa Productions in association with Passang Mintok Films.

“With its compelling narrative, ‘Tara: The Lost Star’ is a feature film in Nepali Language which offers a window into the beliefs of Himalayas and Sikkim’s vibrant culture. It is a social drama film, starring local artists Shyama Shree Sherpa and Kiran Dahal, with the primary cast being Deoraj Sherpa, Loonibha Tuladhar, Shashikala Pradhan, Sushmita Bhujel, Basant Sharma, Anand Gurung and Timothy Rai,” the filmmakers said.

 

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