Fiction Into Film: Discussion of Literary Film Adaptations, With Film Screening and Readings
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The last date listed for Fiction Into Film was Wednesday March 12, 2008 / 7:30pm.
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Elevating the world of children's music, Elizabeth Mitchell brings a folk musician's love of homespun storytelling to her unique brand of gentle, heartfelt music. Mitchell is joined by a roster of special guests, including Natalie Merchant ("Wonder," "Kind and Generous"), for a concert blending holiday songs off her new album, The Sounding Joy, with longtime audience favorites, a songbook that includes renditions of classic songs by Woody Guthrie, Bob Marley, The Velvet Underground and Gillian Welch. Learn More
A filmmaker and a writer discuss their experiences adapting fiction for the screen and introduce readings of fiction that has been or might be adapted. Guests include Tony Award-winner and Steppenwolf Theatre Company co-founder Terry Kinney, who introduces a screening of his film Kubuku Rides (This Is It). Based on a Larry Brown story, this emotionally charged film is an unblinking view of a household steeped in secrets and desperation.
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