dzonsar jamyang khyentse, the cup, travellers and magicians Bhutanese-born Buddhist teacher Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche, director of The Cup (1999) and Travellers and Magicians (2003), has another film in the works, or at least he’s thinking about one. For now, it’s at “the concept level.” What’s the next one going to be about? He tells bernama.com, the Malaysian National News Agency, that this one will be about dance:

I love Indian classical dance. It’s one of the most beautiful and richest cultures we have on earth. It’s one of the oldest living traditions of expressing inner spiritual power through the medium of dance and music, and this has always fascinated me. That is why I chose this subject.

The story will be based on a struggling classical-dance instructor and her student and daughter. For more from Bernama, click here.

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