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New York -- Tiny Dancer Films is looking to make strange and beautiful music with best-selling cult author/illustrator Daniel Pinkwater, as Jawal Nga's New York-based banner has optioned the Random House fantasy novel "Lizard Music."
Nga ("Married Life") will produce the irreverent tale of Victor, a boy left home alone by his vacationing parents who discovers a group of lizard musicians on late-night television. With the help of a man with a dancing hen under his hat, Victor travels to Thunderbolt City to find the mysterious creatures.
The 1974 young-adult novel is one of more than 100 titles in print from Pinkwater, a frequent contributor to NPR's "All Things Considered" and the subject of two biographies. A favorite among a generation of fans, "Lizard" is published by Random House imprint Dell Yearling.
- By Gregg Goldstein
- #69. Married Life Director: Ira SachsWriters: Oren Moverman (I'm Not There) and Sachs Producers: Steve Golin (Babel), Jawal Nga (Forty Shades of Blue), Sidney Kimmel (Lars and the Real Girl) and Sachs Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics The Gist: Based on British pulp mystery John Bingham novel "Five Roundabouts to Heaven," this is set in San Francisco in 1949. It's the story of a middle-aged man who is married, and who falls in love with another woman, but he's such a gentle figure, so he decides that to divorce his wife would humiliate her too much, so it's better to kill her. Fact: Sachs is the filmmaker behind the Sundance film festival Grand Jury Prize-winning Forty Shades of Blue. See It: Quartet of actors are absolutely great: makes for adult fair for those who like the witty and sultriness-like mysteries and humor a la Hitchcock. Release Date/Status?: March 7th release. »
2 items from 2008
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