The deals submitted to us for this Rights Roundup are for books originally from Czechia, Switzerland, Finland, Norway, and France.
Registration for Germany’s annual Books at Berlinale event is open for film producers and publishing rights holders. The event is February 18.
A literary agency merger serves up culinary publishing as our Rights Roundup highlights books published in Turkish, Catalan, French, German, and Finnish.
Successful book-to-film adaptation, says Universal’s Sophie Kaplan, comes from publishers and studios working in close coordination.
UTA agent Mary Pender speaks in the first NYU Advanced Publishing Institute in January on developing book content for the screens.
Children’s and YA books are tops when it comes to Italy’s rights sales, as has been reported this week at Rome’s Più libri più liberi.
In our Roundup, we feature work originating in Polish, Finnish, English, Italian, Danish, and Turkish.
The inaugural rights center at Nairobi International Book Fair featured B2B meetings and an issue-driven panel discussion.
Ahead of an ‘It’s Finland Again’ campaign for the 10th anniversary of Frankfurt’s Guest of Honor Finland, FILI announces record rights sales.
Quick snapshots from two long-time Frankfurt veterans, Kalem Agency and Italian Literary Agency, on their latest projects.