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Lee Boudreaux, the editorial director of Ecco for the past nine years, is leaving to start her own imprint at Little, Brown. At Ecco, an imprint of HarperCollins, Ms. Boudreaux acquired and published a string of notable debut novels, including works by Ben Fountain, author of the wartime novel “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk,” Kevin Wilson, author of “The Family Fang,” a satire about a dysfunctional family of performance artists, and Madeline Miller, who recast “The Iliad” in her novel “The Song of Achilles. »
- Alexandra Alter
Director: Mitchell Lichtenstein
Writer: Mitchell Lichtenstein
Producer: Joyce M. Pierpoline
U.S. Distributor: Rights Available
Well, you should all be excited that Mitchell Lichtenstein has directed another thriller. This is, after all, the man whose directorial debut was 2007’s Teeth (and he followed that up with a great familial black comedy, Happy Tears that featured a superb Ellen Barkin). This time around he has the underrated Jena Malone headlining and chameleonic Janet McTeer. This time Lichtenstein tackles sexual repression at its most virulent, during Victorian era, London.
Gist: Based on the Arthur Phillips novel, this is about a couple living in Victorian London endure an unusual series of psychological and supernatural effects following the birth of their child.
Release Date: While it was not announced at either Sundance or Berlin, where both his other films premiered, respectively, we’re thinking this could »
- Nicholas Bell
2 items from 2014
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