From Johanna Schneller of The Globe and Mail:
Link: Sarah Polley’s Alias Grace adaptation the right fit for Canadian TV
Sarah Polley, the Oscar-nominated, Canadian writer/director/actress, spent 20 years thinking about how to adapt Margaret Atwood’s sprawling novel Alias Grace for the screen. She spent her own money to buy the rights when they came available. Then, she spent nearly two years writing, often in snatched hours during her children’s naps. Continue reading.
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