Saturday, May 15, 2010

Back to work on a film adaptation!

Good morning everyone!  Once again I have been a deliquent blogger.....gack!  I have been very busy working on training my dog for film work, and in the mean time my husband and I are both going to be working on the film adaptation of "The 19th Wife" by David Ebershoff.  We will be shooting for a month sometime in June.  I have no idea who will be in it, but it is a movie for the Lifetime Network. 

 I am beyond excited to finally be working again, and even as I type these words I can hear my two children fighting over what to watch on TV (and since they are 3 and 10 it makes for very interesting and ear splitting arguing) it just makes me even more excited to be with grown-ups for awhile.  I won't be working with animals, I'll be doing my regular thing of 3rd Assistant Directing, which means I'll be co-ordinating the actors work day along with a bunch of other production stuff I have to do.  It has been a looong time since I have been able to work, and my parents have generously offered to move our girls into thier house for the duration of filming (except on weekends when they come home).

The book looks really good, and I may pick it up in the next day or so just to read it for my own interests as I love historical fiction.  And actually, I just found out it is Kindle ready, so I'll just buy it on that!  WOOT! 

The winners of my contest have all contacted me, and my grand prize winner managed to order 6 books with her 50 bucks!!!  Fantastic!

5 Blabs:

Beth(bookaholicmom) said...

I have the 19th Wife on my wish list. I am excited to see it is being made into a movie. It's even more exciting to know you are working on the film! A book blogger working on a film doesn't get much better than that! Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

That's so exciting you get to work on this adaptation. I've heard lots of good things about it. Have fun with your new project!

Tales of Whimsy said...

You'll be working on it? How coooool! Please keep us posted. I can't wait to learn more about this project and book.

Natalie W said...

Sounds very exciting! I'll definitely have to get the book. Have fun with it and you'll have to post all the juicy details LOL!
Natalie :0)

Mel (He Followed Me Home) said...

YAY Lisa, that sounds super fun too! I have an 8 & 3 yr old, I totally understand what you mean about needing adult interaction LOL

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