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    Netflix will produce a new series titled 'Zero,' an Italian-language show based on the work of 27-year-old Antonio Dikele Distefano, a formerly self-published Italian author whose books have sold hundreds of thousands of copies since he signed with Mondadori.

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    The streaming service has been on a book acquisition spree over the past year, developing screen adaptations of dozens of novels, series, short story collections, and graphic novels, many of which are aimed at children and teens.

  • Book to Film Deals, Week of September 24, 2018

    This week's hot book to film deals include Ann Patchett's bestseller 'State of Wonder,' and Amy Chozick's memoir about Hillary Clinton.

  • Book to Film Deals, Week of September 10, 2018

    This week's notable sales include an option for a 2016 thriller about an English teacher who disappears in Cambodia and a deal for Kiley Reid's forthcoming debut from Putnam about a babysitter and her employer.

  • Book to Film Deals, Week of August 20, 2018

    This week's hot book to film deals include an option for the nonfiction bestseller about the opioid crisis, "Dopesick," and another deal at TNT for a Caleb Carr backlist bestseller.

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    We spoke with author emily m. danforth about the film adaptation of her 2012 novel, 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post,' a queer coming-of-age story set in 1990s Montana.

  • Book to Film Deals, Week of August 6, 2018

    Among the notable book-to-film deals this week is a nonfiction book on women's suffrage which sold to Amblin TV with Hillary Clinton attached as a producer, and Netflix's purchase of a memoir by the founder of Nike.

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