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See-Saw and Sunstar to bring Saroo Brierley autobiography to the big screen

6 February 2013 5:59 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

See-Saw Films and Sunstar Entertainment will produce a film based on the upcoming autobiography of Australian adoptee Saroo Brierley.

The companies have secured the rights to the inspirational story (Sunstar also represents Brierley), which will be published by Penguin later this year. Brierley was born in India, where he became lost in an overcrowded city at the age of five and was separated from his family for 25 years. Adopted by a family in Tasmania, where he grew up, he finally tracked down his Indian birth mother after searching for years using only Google Earth and a childhood memory of his hometown. (Vanity Fair has published an excellent feature.on his story here.) .

See-Saw Films co-founders Emile Sherman and Iain Canning won an Academy Award for The King's Speech in 2011 and recently completed Jane Campion's six-part television series, Top of the Lake. In a statement announcing the deal, they said »

- Brendan Swift

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See-Saw and Sunstar to bring Saroo Brierley autiobiography to the big screen

6 February 2013 5:59 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

See-Saw Films and Sunstar Entertainment will produce a film based on the upcoming autobiography of Australian adoptee Saroo Brierley.

The companies have secured the rights to the inspirational story (Sunstar also represents Brierley), which will be published by Penguin later this year. Brierley was born in India, where he became lost in an overcrowded city at the age of five and was separated from his family for 25 years. Adopted by a family in Tasmania, where he grew up, he finally tracked down his Indian birth mother after searching for years using only Google Earth and a childhood memory of his hometown. (Vanity Fair has published an excellent feature.on his story here.) .

See-Saw Films co-founders Emile Sherman and Iain Canning won an Academy Award for The King's Speech in 2011 and recently completed Jane Campion's six-part television series, Top of the Lake. In a statement announcing the deal, they said »

- Brendan Swift

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2013 | 2011

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