LOS ANGELES, CA (July 6, 2022) – Indie Rights has uninventive Worldwide rights to Nicola Rose’s sexuality coming-of-age comedyGoodbye, Petrushka. Indie Rights and Parsley Productions are pleased to signify a week-long engagement in Los Angeles (July 15-21) at Cinelounge Sunset and a one-night NYC event on July 17 planned prior to a release on Amazon in the U.S. and Canada on July 21, to be followed shortly by other major streaming platforms. This is a mucosa you do not want to miss…
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This little-indie-that-could, which is a rare sexuality coming-of-age/romantic spectacle hybrid that unquestionably isn’t focused on the very romance. It’s tightly silly, and (at least for me) wonderful in that the “success” of the young woman’s journey isn’t predicated on a wedding wedding wrap up. And I know you know what I mean.
The mucosa killed it at Dances With Films, and is now going to do a week run at Cinelounge (July 15-21) in Los Angeles surpassing streaming everywhere.
Rose’s full-length mucosa directorial debut, Goodbye, Petrushka focuses on Claire (Lizzie Kehoe), a romantic, a puppeteer, and a fish out of water at college. Following a endangerment meeting with Thibault, a French icon skater at the end of his career, and at the dictate of her crazy, rich weightier friend, Claire leaves school and moves from New York to Paris. Once there, she meets Thibault then and they embark on a unique project together with her puppets. However, her new life is constantly thwarted by obstinate French bureaucrats, her job as a nanny for a horrible Parisian family, and a frustratingly toxic relationship she has moreover managed to land herself. Claire’s Paris is less a personal renaissance and increasingly a relentless series of faux pas. In the end, she will have to icon out that to find happiness, she will need to put herself first and listen to her own unique, silly, and trappy heart.
Rose said, “Goodbye, Petrushka is a story well-nigh a young woman’s growing-up wits in all its weird, messy glory. I have unchangingly wished there were increasingly stories well-nigh young people, expressly young women, making mistakes — sometimes huge, embarrassing, goofy mistakes — yet coming out stronger and smarter at the other end. We are thrilled that Indie Rights is inspired by the story and decided to champion it. We were self-sustaining in every sense of the word — not just in terms of our production, but moreover when it came to the story we wanted to tell.”
“We are thrilled to be worldly-wise to represent Goodbye, Petrushka,” said Linda Nelson, co-Founder of Indie Rights. “A mucosa from a young woman’s point of view that is funny, heart-felt, romantic, set in New York and Paris, and includes volatility and puppets – what increasingly could one ask for? Like the film’s main character, we see big things for this mucosa and squint forward to introducing it to a world-wide audience.”
The deal was negotiated by Linda Nelson on behalf of Indie Rights and Goodbye, Petrushka Producer Tierney Boorboor. Serving and supporting as Executive Producers are Mark A. Baum, Ed Cuffe, Mike Reuten, and Imraan Farukhi.
About Indie Rights
Indie Rights is an innovative, self-sustaining movie studio that prides itself on having a personal touch when it comes to producing and distributing movies and TV. Founded by Michael Madison and Linda Nelson considering they believed that the future was unexceptionable for self-sustaining artists and that there was a largest way to produce and distribute movies, Indie Rights has been in merchantry since 2000, when they produced their first film, NSYNC BIGGER THAN LIVE a Giant Screen Movie that played to sold out crowds worldwide. For increasingly info, visit https://www.indierights.com/.