Monday, June 21, 2010

Must See Film: Library of the Early Mind

Sweet! Library of the Early Mind: a Documentary Film Exploring Children's Literature looks terrific, based on the trailer at the film's website.

From the website: "a feature-length documentary film about children’s literature directed by Edward J. Delaney and produced by Edward J. Delaney and Steven Withrow. We’ll be working through this year interviewing authors, illustrators and critics on the topic. The film is intended for festival release in 2010."

The first screening is October 19, 2010, at 5:30 at Harvard University. Details at Crackles of Speech.

Information from Greg Pincus and Fuse #8.



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3 comments:

Colleen said...

I'm thinking I'll never see this in a theater but hoping it comes out on dvd at some point. I'm VERY interested to see it! (Jules had a link up yesterday as well.)

rockinlibrarian said...

I had the same thought as Colleen: "The real question," I thought, "is will it be available on Netflix?!"

Jenny said...

Even with my computer's crappy, stuttering streaming, this looks really interesting. I love hearing writers and artists talk about their creative processes.

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