The Development Process for Film & Television - podcast

The entire process of looking for, and adapting material for screen is considered "development" in the film and television industry. Writer and producer, Annelise Dekker, explains that once material is identified for adaptation, it enters into a long process of translating it to a screenplay. The source material can really come from anywhere - as long as there is a good story line it can potentially translate well to the screen. Books can be great source material, but the development process often involves determining what needs to change to make it ready for screen.
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  • I would love to see my book "Mountain of hope" adapted to screen. Although it is a short story I believe the characters jump out of the book and remain with you throughout leaving you wanting more.

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