Category Archives: Adaptions
Back in April we reported that Clockwork, one of Philip Pullman’s novels had been adapted into an Opera by Visible Fiction and the Scottish Opera; and would be touring through Scotland in June. Our compatriots over at Cittàgazze managed to … Continue reading
Clockwork or All Wound Up has been adapted into an Opera by Composer David Trouton and Visible Fiction’s director Douglas Irvine. Both are fans of the classic Pullman fairytale-esque book, which is a spooky story about an apprentice clockwork-maker, a … Continue reading
Our compatriots over at HisDarkMaterials.Org have unearthed Chris Weitz’ original script for the Golden Compass Movie. It differs from the actual movie in many ways, and is a far more accurate adaption of the books that we all love.
Philip Pullman is hard at work adapting his comic The Adventures of John Blake into a film script. The comic, illustrated by John Aggs, was only half-published when the comic anthology it appeared in, the David Fickling Comic (The DFC), … Continue reading
Philip Pullman’s award-winning book Spring-Heeled Jack is being made into an animated film by Paul Dutton, director of The Illusionist. Dutton is a self-confessed fan of Pullman, saying that “I’ve read almost everything Pullman has written and enjoyed it, and … Continue reading
Images from The Golden Compass movie are © New Line Cinema.