Germany’s 2023 Books at Berlinale program today includes Bettina Wißmann’s presentation of Fernanda Melchor’s ‘This Is Not Miami.’
‘Books at Berlinale’ To Pitch 11 Titles to Film Producers
Eleven books are announced as part of this year’s ‘Books at Berlinale’ program on February 20 and will be pitched to film producers.
Germany’s Books at Berlinale Issues Its 2022 Call for Submissions
The annual Books at Berlinale program now is accepting submissions from film-rights holders for novels with high adaptation potential.
Film Rights: The 2022 ‘Books at Berlinale’ Selects 10 Books From 190
Recommendations for this year’s gathering of publishers, literary agents, and producers have come from more than 30 countries.
Film and Television Rights: Frankfurt’s ‘Books at Berlinale’ March 4 and 5
The 15th edition of the annual books-to-film event for producers will be a digital affair with registration for filmmakers ending on Monday.
Andrew Keen Speaks At Germany’s Berlinale: ‘Creativity and Human Agency’
The iconoclastic author, documentary filmmaker, and critic of the digital era’s challenges gives a keynote on cultural integrity at EFM Horizon for Frankfurt’s The Arts+ and DLD.
Books at Berlinale 2020: Twelve Temptations for Tinseltown
With one chosen publisher this year talking of ‘loud and distinct, disproportionate and epic voices,’ Books at Berlinale has a strong cohort of 12 books.
Books at Berlinale 2019: New and Bestselling Books Pitched to Producers
At this year’s Books at Berlinale event, filmmakers were again introduced to a dozen publishers’ titles curated for their potential screen development.
Books to Film: The 2019 Books at Berlinale Draws From Biggest Submission Pool Yet
Twelve titles will be presented for potential film development on February 11 as part of this year’s Books at Berlinale program at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Pitching Film Rights to New Novels: Twelve Books at Berlinale
Books at Berlinale each year tempts film producers with 12 books carefully curated for their film adaptation potential—as the demand for screen rights soars in the age of Netflix, Amazon Studios, HBO, and others.
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