Monday, November 19, 2012

Yann martel

  • 'Life of Pi' a huge gamble for 20th Century Fox

    Director Ang Lee's $120-million adaptation of Yann Martel's 2001 book, which has sold 9 million copies worldwide, is precisely the kind of movie that many complain the big studios don't make anymore: an ambitious and highbrow creation that's not a ...

  • Life goes on for Yann Martel

    Life of Pi, the movie, has not turned the life of Yann, the author, upside down. The film adaptation of Yann Martel's novel will be unleashed in 3-D this week.

  • Oscar-winning director Ang Lee says 'Life of Pi' is more than just an art ...

    TAIPEI, Taiwan - Oscar-winning director Ang Lee said Wednesday that he worked hard during the four-year shooting of Yann Martel's "Life of Pi" to give the $100 million art house film appeal for general audiences. The movie stars Indian Suraj Sharma ...

  • Yann Martel and the Life of Pi: Book vs. Film

    Seeing Life of Pi, the film, yesterday afternoon, sent me back to the book. It was a shock to realize that more than 10 years have passed since I turned the pages of Yann Martel's book for the first time. The process of film-making is long and arduous ...

  • From page to screen: Yann Martel's Life of Pi

    Around the turn of the millennium, French-Canadian author Yann Martel had a story collection and a novel under his belt. Though published by Faber, his early works were little read outside of Canada, and not much buzzed about even there.

  • Talk With Yann

    The trajectory of Yann Martel's breakthrough novel Life of Pi has been nothing less than stunning ever since its 2011 release, winning the 2002 Man Booker Prize (and multiple other awards), selling millions of copies worldwide and making Martel an ...

  • Screen gems

    Life of Pi (PG): Ang Lee ( Brokeback Mountain) adapts Yann Martel's bestselling novel about the son of an Indian zookeeper who is stranded on a lifeboat with an assortment of wild animals, including a 450-pound Bengal tiger.

  • Review: Ang Lee's 'Life of Pi' is a Wonderful, Visual 3D Masterpiece

    A boy and his tiger. Or rather, a boy and the tiger. The impossible, unbelievable, incredible story of Piscine Patel and Richard Parker as brought to life on the big screen.

  • "Life of Pi": Sugar-coated revelation

    Shimmering with picture-book intensity, Ang Lee's much-awaited film version of Yann Martel's bestselling boy-plus-tiger adventure saga "Life of Pi" walks a fine line between transcendent meaningfulness and utter New Age bogosity.

  • Ang Lee to begin 'Life Of Pi' promotions from India

    Oscar winning director Ang Lee is set to fly down to India Sunday to begin the promotions of his new film " Life Of Pi", an adaptation of Yann Martel's Booker Prize winning book of the same name. Lee, who shot the film at Puducherry and Munnar, will ...

  • 'Life Of Pi' Clip: Meet Pi Patel And His Tiger

    Based on the best-selling book by Yann Martel, "Pi" has become a critic and Oscar favorite since its premiere at the New York Film Festival last month.

  • 101 letters to Harper and no reply, but Martel has new book

    Four years ago, Canadian author Yann Martel began mailing a new book every two weeks to Prime Minister Stephen Harper in an effort to highlight what he calls a "complete indifference" to the arts among the country's political class.

  • Original Motion Picture Soundtrack of Life of Pi Available November 19, 2012

    NEW YORK, Oct. 25, 2012 - /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Music announces the release of Mychael Danna's Original Motion Picture Soundtrack of Life of Pi, a journey of adventure and a tale of personal discovery based on the best-selling novel by Yann Martel.

  • Ang Lee films the unfilmable in 'Life of Pi'

    A lot of filmmakers have thought that Yann Martel's novel Life of Pi, a fantastic survival tale of an Indian teen shipwrecked in a lifeboat with a vicious tiger, was unfilmable.

  • Ang Lee solves the puzzle of 'Life of Pi'

    "Two things," Lee says in a telephone interview from New York when I ask how he solved the puzzle of Pi, which was created by Canadian novelist Yann Martel. "When I thought of these two things I decided to go ahead and make the movie," Lee explains.

  • Review | Life of Pi

    Yann Martel's fantasy adventure novel Life of Pi was long considered unfilmable, largely because it centers on the relationship between a boy and a Bengal tiger trapped together on a lifeboat.

  • 3 New Life Of Pi Posters Hit The Web

    Ang Lee's adaptation of Yann Martel's Man Booker prize-winning novel has shown us trailers, banners and clips so far, but today something rather special has arrived online from team Life Of Pi, and that's these three beautiful one-sheets we've got for ...

  • Ang Lee takes 'Life of Pi' from the bookshelf to the big screen

    'Life of Pi," Yann Martel's 2001 bestseller about a teenage boy drifting at sea in a tiny lifeboat alongside a tiger, zebra, hyena and orangutan, is an inherently challenging novel to adapt for the big screen.

  • Everything from Ang Lee's hotly anticipated adaptation of Life of Pi to Peter ...

    Yann Martel's Life of Pi was one of the most commercially successful novels ever to win the Booker prize; now it has been turned into a keenly anticipated movie by Ang Lee.

  • Life of Pi

    Yann Martel's novel Life of Pi has been a massive best-seller for quite some time. Several years later, the inevitable film adaptation is finally being released.

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