Category Archives: Film Rights
Hailed as a breath of fresh air, David Arnold’s debut novel Mosquitoland captured readers last year. Now, Broad Green Pictures has picked up the popular young adult road trip novel for a feature adaptation.
A teenage girl is dragged from her home in northern Ohio to the “wastelands” of Mississippi to live with her dad and new stepmom. Before the dust has a chance to settle, she learns her mother is sick in Cleveland, so she hops aboard a Greyhound bus to her real home.
Louise Erdrich, widely acclaimed as one of the country’s greatest literary talents, has a new novel hitting bookshelves in May. LaRose is the final volume of her trilogy which also includes The Plague of Doves and The Round House. The TV and film rights are now available.
After a tragic accident in which a young boy is killed, the man responsible follows an ancient means of retribution by giving his son LaRose to his grieving neighbors. Both families navigate their fragile emotional states, affected by the strange blood feuds and scores left unsettled.
Story follows the relocation of a couple whose life is struck by tragedy when one of their twin daughters is killed in an accident. As the dark tale unfolds, their surviving daughter begins insisting that she is her deceased sister and gradually becomes more disturbed.
The memoir is being described as an oral history of the band and its times, in which Mike D and Ad-Rock trace the Beasties’ origins as a New York City high school hardcore band in 1981 through their induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.
An oral history of the band and its times, in which Mike D and Ad-Rock trace the Beasties’ origins as a New York City high school hardcore band in 1981 through their induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.
True account of Sara Jane Moore, who unsuccessfully attempted to assassinate President Ford and remains the only woman in U.S. history to fire a bullet at a sitting president.
A year after one of their identical twin daughters, Lydia, dies in an accident, Angus and Sarah Moorcroft move to the tiny Scottish island Angus inherited from his grandmother, hoping to put together the pieces of their shattered lives. But when their surviving daughter, Kirstie, claims they have mistaken her identity–that she, in fact, is Lydia–their world comes crashing down once again.
Astronaut Instruction Manual for Pre-Teens excites a new generation of space explorers. The book, designed for children between the ages of 8 and 13, is a functioning, first-step instruction manual.
Screenwriter Geoff Rodkey brings comedy, adventure, and mayhem in the second installment of his Tapper Twins series, told through a mix of chat logs, screenshots, and text messages between the twins’ clueless parents. The TV and film rights are currently available.
With front row tickets at Madison Square Garden on the line in a charity scavenger hunt, the whole school races to trade in sights seen for points, but they may not get to the finish line with their dignity-and social lives-intact.
An account of the life of the legendary career gambler.
The 7th book in J. Michael Orenduff’s ‘Pot Thief’ mystery series, The Pot Thief Who Studied Georgia O’Keefe, is hitting the bookshelves–as well as the TV and Film rights market.
The series centers around a dealer in traditional Native American pottery, Hubie Schuze, who scours New Mexico in search of ancient treasures. Georgia O’Keefe brings Hubie to the one place in the state he hasn’t been able to access: Trinity Site at the White Sands Missile Range, where the first atomic bomb was detonated.
Ninth City Burning, the debut novel from J. Patrick Black, is the first in an epic new sci-fi series set five hundred years after a devastating alien invasion. The book is already building buzz on the rights market.
Set five hundred years after a devastating alien invasion, the story is set on an Earth which is locked in a grinding war of attrition. The talented few capable of bending the universe-altering weapon known as thelemity to their will are trained in elite military academies, destined for the front lines.
An ode to the families we make for ourselves, Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life examines life’s darker dramas and its solaces in a gripping story of devotion, suffering, and the difficulties of recovery that is not easily forgotten.
Four college classmates – broke, adrift, and buoyed only by their friendship and ambition – move to New York in search of fame and fortune. A hymn to brotherly bonds – the families we are born into, and those that we make for ourselves.
Framed for the murder of his last true friend, Ebenezer Scrooge must clear his name and find the real murderer before the “Humbug Killer” strikes again.
Ebenezer Scrooge must clear his name and find the real “Humbug Killer” in this playful twist on the classic character. The TV and film rights are now available.
The story of Irini, who was given away by her parents at the age of three, whilst her volatile, destructive sister was kept within the family. Twenty years later Irini receives a phone call from her estranged sister to say that their mother has died, compelling her to return for the first time to the family home.
The debut psychological thriller from Michelle Adams isn’t set to hit the bookshelves until the spring of 2017, but the TV and film rights are already starting to cause a stir on the market.
The Guardians by Lola StVil is the latest YA series to hit the TV and film rights market. A dark teen romance-fantasy series where angels and demons are waging a bloody battle for the world’s souls, and only fifteen-year-old human Emmy Baxter can save humanity from certain annihilation.
Angels and demons are waging a bloody battle for the world’s souls, and all that stands between humanity and certain annihilation is fifteen-year-old human Emmy Baxter.
The Echo Park native paints a grand mural of the East L.A. neighborhood where he grew up through the diverse perspectives of the men and women who live and work there. The TV and film rights are now available.
A grand mural of the Los Angeles neighborhood and an intimate glimpse into the lives of the men and women who struggle to maintain or lose their ethnic identity in the pursuit of the American dream.
An uncensored and shameless take on the deviant, dysfunctional, and absolutely excessive world of finance.
A down-on-her-luck chef that works for two sinister art dealer finds a rare, valuable painting and catches the interest of eccentric members from the high-brow art community.
The Improbability of Love marks acclaimed documentary filmmaker, Hannah Rothschild’s first foray into novel writing. The book tells a colorful story of a woman, her failed relationship, and a piece of art that leads her to an unexpected series of events. The film rights to the novel are currently available.