Several speakers at last week’s StoryDrive China conference reminded us that storytelling on a local level can be just as impactful as going global.
Twelve books get a chance each year to be presented for filmmakers’ consideration at the Berlin International Film Festival’s ‘Books at Berlinale’ event.
Surrounding and extending the reach of London Book Fair, London Book & Screen Week has events scheduled all over the British capital, March 13-19.
As literary adaptations are shown in the Berlin International Film Festival, new works with potential for cinematic development are pitched on February 14.
Will Evans and Dallas Sonnier plan to merge to worlds of book publishing, filmmaking, and other storytelling media with their new venture, Cinestate.
Minecraft, Angry Birds, ‘Valérian et Laureline,’ and many more high-visibility properties are spotlighted in a daylong focus at Frankfurt on cross-media development.
Now the CEO of crowdfunding platform Inkshares, Gomolin talks about the company’s pivot to focus on bringing books to Hollywood.
As the fifth Bourne film is released, a trio of author Robert Ludlum’s publishing colleagues think back on his writing and the book business.
It’s a golden age, says Adam Gomolin, ‘with so many companies competing to find new models with better value propositions for authors.’ His Inkshares is in the running, and he speaks Monday (June 13) at our rights conference.
Publishing books for the Star Wars franchise requires a understanding of interlocking multiverses, authorized storylines — and it hasn’t always gone smoothly.