Wall Street Journal –April 2015
Madeleine L’Engle’s ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ has sold 14 million copies since its publication in 1962. Now, a never-before-seen passage cut from an early draft is shedding surprising light on the author’s political philosophy
Madeleine L’Engle, the author of “A Wrinkle in Time,” resisted labels. Her books weren’t
Variety –August 2014
Jennifer Lee, who wrote, and co-directed “Frozen” with Chris Buck, has chosen her next project: “A Wrinkle in Time.”
Lee will write the bigscreen adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s book for Disney in which children travel through time and visit strange worlds in order to find their missing scientist father.
Published in 1962, “Wrinkle
Christianity Today –March 2012
Cornelia Duryée Moore's story sounds like something from a fairy tale.
"I got hit in the head with my godmother's magic wand, and she said, 'Hello, Corrie—this is what you're going to do for the rest of your life!' So I said, 'Yes, please!'"
To be more specific, Moore's godmother—Madeleine L'Engle,
Los Angeles, CA –As the festivities come to a close in Berlin, Random Media has signed two new titles for release in Summer 2015.
Cornelia Duryée Moore’s Camilla Dickinson, anadaptation of Madeleine L'Engle's classic novel, follows the daughter of a well-to-do family in 1948 Manhattan. Fifteen-year-old Camilla (Adelaide Clemens, The Great
Indiewire –March 2015
Traditional animation buffs might take note of the feature length Wolfy, The Incredible Secret - just out this week on DVD from Random Media, in partnership with Cinedigm - a story of political machinations, anamorphic animal hierarchy and gypsy fantasy - traditionally hand-drawn with a look that leans far away from photorealism.
Traditional animation buffs might
Huffington Post –August 2012
Hot off the heels of 1927's Metropolis, a masterpiece of German expressionist filmmaking, and one of the silent movie era's greatest achievements, Hollywood sought to cash in on a futuristic blockbuster of its own, with a curious twist. The result was the first science fiction talkie feature, 1930's Just Imagine, a