Tag Archives: Shannon Hale
Posted on19. Jan, 2013 by lisa.
Following the screening of Austenland, the cast and creators answer questions from the audience. The hilarious Bret McKenzie takes over the mic and we get to hear a few words from Shannon Hale and Stephenie Meyer:
Posted on18. Jan, 2013 by lisa.
It was a HUGE day for the coolest creative trio on planet earth. (Well, at least if you’re a giddy fangirl.) Austenland premiered to the world at Sundance Film Festival to a PACKED house. The Eccles Theater in Park City, the largest of the city’s theaters used during the festival, seating 1,270 people, housed the [...]
Posted on17. Jan, 2013 by lisa.
In a Deseret News article, AUSTENLAND author/screenwriter Shannon Hale and director/screenwriter Jerusha Hess reveal how the film adaptation for this book was actually the unintended result of a lunch they had together. “I happened to have a copy of ‘Austenland’ in my car, which is really weird because I never carry my books around,” Hale [...]
Posted on15. Jan, 2013 by lisa.
This week the movie Austenland will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Austenland is the film adaptation of author Shannon Hale’s book by the same name. It is the first film to be produced by Stephenie Meyer’s production company Fickle Fish Films. To celebrate, they are doing a giveaway! AUSTENLAND premieres at the Sundance Film [...]
Posted on29. Nov, 2012 by lisa.
If you aren’t familiar with author Shannon Hale by now, you need to hurry and get familiar asap! She is fabulous! Hale’s book, Austenland, a romantic comedy about a Pride & Prejudice obsessed woman, has already been made into a movie (directed by Jerusha Hess) and was produced in part by Fickle Fish Films, a production company owned by Stephenie Meyer & Meghan Hibbett.
Posted on01. Sep, 2011 by lisa.
Seven weeks of filming for Austenland officially wrapped August 26. The movie, directed by Jerusha Hess, is an adaptation of the brilliantly romantic and comedic book by author Shannon Hale, and is the first project to come from Fickle Fish Films, a production company geared toward “literature related film and media”, created by Stephenie Meyer and [...]