LONDON — The Frankfurt Book Fair, the international publishing industry's biggest trade fair, has awarded its prize for best international literary adaptation to Todd Haynes’ “Carol.” The film’s…
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David Heyman, producer on all eight Harry Potter films, is in negotiations to produce an adaptation of Erin Morgenstern's yet-to-published debut novel "The Night Circus."
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The Frankfurt Book Fair, the world's biggest book and content biz confab, is creating Content for Films, a two-day program targeting film and TV producers.
Three novels tubthumped at Barcelona's 2nd MIDA Ibero-American Audiovisual Rights Market have been optioned by Spanish pic producers for big screen adaptations.
The Berlin Film Festival will take part in this month's Frankfurt Book Fair for the first time, in a forum highlighting adaptations of literature.
While books remain the main attraction at the Frankfurt Book Fair, film and TV are carving out a mighty big niche at the world's largest literary market.
In a preemptive buy that puts Miramax in possession of two of the hottest commodities at the Frankfurt Book Fair, the mini-major has optioned French novel "L'Education d'une Fee" ("The Education of a…
"Artemis Fowl," the children's book with "Harry Potter" overtones that has been touted as one of the hot properties at the Frankfurt Book Fair, has been taken off the market for both publishing and…