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Selling screen rights has long been a holy grail for authors but 'The Turning' turns the genre crossing around.
Shoes with GPS and digital cosmetics with hologram colour are among the latest projects from fashion designers embracing technology.
Global survey by The Book Depository reveals literature’s most courageous and villainous characters.
The executive behind Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Susan Cartsonis says giving women more film jobs makes financial sense.
Two Australian creatives rewriting digital destiny with a novel approach that foresees a publishing future that’s not all e-books.
With 'The Great Gatsby', Luhrmann again tries to demonstrate depth beyond the luxurious façade.
Projecting its own obsession with materiality back into its auditoriums, Cannes Film Festival is chiefly concerned with artifice.
Enfant terrible novelist Bret Easton Ellis calls out 'the gatekeepers of politically correct gayness'.
A year after removing digital rights management from its books sci-fi publisher Tor made a surprising announcement.
Tiger Eyes is set to hit the silver screen in the first film adaptation of celebrated young adult author Judy Blume’s work.
Independent director Gus Van Sant has shot a sex scene test reel featuring Alex Pettyfer in a pitch to direct the film of Fifty Shades of Grey.
Truman Capote’s original manuscript of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, with his hand-written annotations has been bought by a Russian billionaire for US $306K
Company behind The King's Speech to produce latest adaptation of 'the Scottish play'.
Graeme Simsion's debut novel The Rosie Project has not only been sold to over 30 countries, it’s also just had the screen rights optioned by Sony.
Go the F**k to Sleep, the subversive picture book loved by parents everywhere, will be made into a film by Fox 2000.
Following much debate, Cairo has greenlit the screening of the documentary film ‘Jews of Egypt’ which explains the history of Egypt’s Jewish community
Irish actress Aoife Madden is among the five people jailed for being involved in film tax fraud.
Portuguese writer-director and former film critic Miguel Gomes (‘Tabu’) will preside over Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize this year.
Palestinian filmmaker Annemarie Jacir has become the first Palestinian woman whose film will open the Birds Eye View film festival.
Iran has revealed plans to sue Hollywood over the depiction of Iran in several of its films, including the recent Best Picture winner ‘Argo.’
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