A Hungarian book-to-animated-film project and a Canadian online platform for kids take Bologna’s top Cross Media Award honors.
China Bestsellers in November: Screening ‘The Three-Body Problem’
Anticipation of a new animated adaptation of Liu Cixin’s trilogy drove ‘The Three-Body Problem’ back to the top of China’s charts.
Charlie Redmayne on Costs, Pricing, Sales in Book Publishing
From soaring costs to the competition of subscriptions: HarperCollins UK CEO Charlie Redmayne on the fundamentals at Frankfurt.
‘Loving Highsmith’: Switzerland’s Eva Vitija on Her Biopic
‘Access to the girlfriends’: ‘Loving Highsmith’ by filmmaker Eva Vitija offers a new glimpse of the elusive author Patricia Highsmith.
Writers’ Arbitration Ruling Yields $42 Million From Netflix
In screenwriting, a case of arbitration with the Writers Guild of America impacts revenue for writers on Netflix’s original films
At Simon & Schuster, Jonathan Karp Announces Dana Canedy’s Departure
The publisher of the Simon & Schuster imprint, Dana Canedy, is leaving to write her memoir’s sequel, which S&S is to publish in 2024.
Rights Roundup and Awards: ‘Comedy Queen’ Wins a Crystal Bear
The adaptation of Jenny Jägerfeld’s ‘Comedy Queen’–about a 13-year-old who wants to be a stand-up comedian–picks up a Berlinale award.
Books to Screen Interview: Producer Beata Rzezniczek’s Rap on ‘Other People’
A film based on a Warsaw ‘rap-roman’ finds its way to Poland’s cinemas in March, its producer calling it ‘fresh’ and ‘blunt.’
Books To Screen Edition: Literary Agents’ and Rights Directors’ Film Deals
Publishers and literary agents report their books to film deals, and the year ahead already is a standout for film and television adaptations.
Books to Screen Edition: Patricia Highsmith via Switzerland
Fans of Patricia Highsmith can look forward to adaptations of her five Mr. Ripley books as well as ‘Deep Water,’ coming to Showtime.
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