Five stories to whet the appetite of film makers from all over the world. With the numbers of short film festivals increasing year on year, here are five unusual and thought-provoking stories which can be adapted into memorable short films. Copyright to these original stories are up for grabs.
|Publisher:||Robert James Tootell|
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About the Author
Right then people.
Here is a list of my (very unpopular) literary efforts so far:
A Cafe in Kazimierz and other stories (Paperback, 2002)
Krakow Stories and Stranger Things Than This (Paperback, 2008)
Krakow Stories and Stranger Things Than This (E-book, 2009)
Stranger Things Than This (E-book, 2010)
Selected Stories and Poems (E-book, 2011)
Five Stories for Makers of Short Films (E-book, 2012)
Luke (E-book, 2012)
Clootie's Cover (E-book, 2012)
Kiskutya (E-book, 2012)
And here are some of my favourite short stories and books:
The Three Lilies by Jan Neruda;
In a Far Distant Land, Light Breathing, In Paris, et al, by Ivan Bunin;
The Bishop, The Artist's Story, Rothchild's Fiddle, by Anton Chekhov;
Red Cavalry, The Tales of Odessa, by Isaac Babel;
Too Loud a Solitude by Bohumil Hrabal;
Gimpel the Fool, The Cabalist of East Broadway, by IB Singer;
Klingsor's Last Summer by Hermann Hesse.
Dark Avenues by Ivan Bunin;
The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell;
The Colossus of Maroussi by Henry Miller;
Goodbye to All That by Robert Graves;
The Radetsky March by Joseph Roth;
The Red and the Black by Stendhal;
The Baron in the Trees by Italo Calvino;
War and Peace by Lev Tolstoy;
The Drowned and the Saved, Moments of Reprieve, by Primo Levi.