City Lights up ‘Women’

Five-time Emmy-winning exec producer seals pic pact

Gotham-based City Lights Pictures, a division of City Lights Media Group, has acquired motion picture rights to Byron Harmon’s debut novel “All the Women I’ve Loved.”

City Light principal Jack Fisher will direct, with prexy Danny Fisher producing along with Joe and Jack Fisher.

Semi-autobiographical romantic comedy concerns LeBaron Brown, a black man living in Washington, D.C., who seeks therapy after his girlfriend ends their three-year relationship.

Simon & Schuster published the book this month.

Harmon is a five-time Emmy-winning exec producer at WCBS-TV.

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