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Man Booker winner The Luminaries adapted for TV

The Book Club: October 19, 2016

Clare Wright and John Collee join Jennifer, Marieke and Jason to discuss The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton - her Man Booker Prize winning novel. Clare chose this month's classic, Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant by Anne Tyler. DURATION: 29 YEAR ... Enhance TV, 2 weeks ago

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New Zealand Herald

Movie review: The Rehearsal

Just days before The Rehearsal's screening at the NZ International Film Festival I started reading Eleanor Catton's astonishing debut novel of the same name. As you do. When I took my seat in Auckland's grand Civic
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago 8 Movies For Theater Fans at the 2016 New York Film Festival  Variety3 weeks ago #NYFF 2016: The Rehearsal  The L Magazine4 weeks ago
ONE News

Booker Prize winning NZ novel The Luminaries to be made into BBC television series

New Zealand's Eleanor Catton is adapting her Man Booker Prize winning novel The Luminaries as a television series for BBC Two. The six hour-long episodes will be produced by Working Title Television, the BBC reports. Eleanor Catton with ...
 ONE News2 months ago Catton's The Luminaries on BBC Two (NZ Newswire)  Yahoo! News Australia2 months ago

Moriarty, Catton to be adapted for screen

Australian author Liane Moriarty and New Zealand author Eleanor Catton have had their books picked up for screen adaptations. Film rights to Moriarty's latest novel Truly Madly Guilty (Macmillan) have been optioned by Reese Witherspoon and Nicole ...
 Books+Publishing1 month ago Luminaries set for small screen months ago Eleanor Catton's The Luminaries set for the small screen  Sunday Star-Times2 months ago

Kerry Fox on The Rehearsal, and finding her own way

David White Fairfax Media Actor Kerry Fox takes to Eleanor Black Ageing on screen is brutal;film roles for middle-aged women tend to be "perfunctory and boring", according to Kerry Fox— and as one of our most successful creative ...
 Sunday Star-Times1 month ago Fox: On screen ageing brutal month ago
Wanganui Chronicle

Fearless young poet reads in Whanganui

New Zealand's most sought after young poet reads her work in Whanganui on Thursday evening. She is Hera Lindsay Bird, whose first book of poems, of the same name, was published by Victoria University Press in July. She's been variously called ...
 Wanganui Chronicle9 hours ago

List of Man Booker Prize winners

LONDON Founded in 1969, the Man Booker Prize was previously open to writers from Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth, but was expanded in 2014 to include all English-language authors. This year, Canadians Madeleine Thien and David Szalay were ...
 News 11301 day ago Investing in recent first edition books  Moneywise Magazine3 weeks ago
Mind Food

As America votes, world's top book prize goes to US race satire

By | October 26, 2016 Paul Beatty is the first American writer to win the Man Booker Prize, and is assured of worldwide fame. 'Laugh out loud' novel is proclaimed fitting winner in age of Trump and Black Lives Matter. As America votes, ...
 Mind Food1 day ago US writer's satire on race wins Man Booker Prize  Radio New Zealand1 day ago Man Booker Prize announces 2016 shortlist  Man1 month ago

World famous in NZ: Sock World, Hokitika

Hokitika on the West Coast lays claim to the "word's greatest sock store", and possibly the world's only museum of sock knitting machines. You'll spot the fabulous Las Vegas-style sign from a mile away. Its rainbow letters welcome you and declare ... days ago World famous in NZ: Sock World days ago

New York Film Review: The Rehearsal

There's a reason why "Fame," the 1980 dancing-in-the-streets teen schlock opera, is fondly remembered. It had one of those timeless guilty-pleasure theme songs, and it touched a generation newly hypnotized by…well, fame. Yet beyond that, what ...
 Variety1 week ago
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