Hemingway: never out of Fashion

Hemingway’s works as well as his life are being mined for material–and there is a lot of richness there as we know. See below. The Sound & The Flurry: How Podcasts Are Becoming A Hollywood Gold Mine Village Roadshow has increasingly been expanding its television business including adapting Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast, a reboot of College Bowl, […]

What’s Percolating in the Hemingway World?

I subscribe to a number of RSS feeds and google alerts that keep me posted on all things Hemingway. So here are a few random developments. 1) Mariel Hemingway is producing a movie of Hemingway’s last book, A Moveable Feast, finished after his death and published initially in 1964. (Hemingway died in 1961). 2) Andy Garcia […]

Hemingway Places

Nice article about places to visit and feel Papa’s memories. I did not know that his usual seat at La Flordita in Havana was blocked off and a daiquiri placed on the counter daily near his statue. I have it on good authority that his favorite drink however was a mega-cold Martini. However, a daiquiri will do. […]

A MOVEABLE FEAST to become a Movie

  Michael Hirst adapting Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast 6 March, 2014 | By Geoffrey Macnab  WHO WILL PLAY THE LEAD ROLES?? http://www.screendaily.com/news/hirst-adapting-hemingways-moveable-feast/5068370.article?blocktitle=MORE-TOP-NEWS&contentID=40294   EXCLUSIVE: Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast is being adapted for the big screen by Elizabeth screenwriter Michael Hirst and actress Mariel Hemingway. The film version of A Moveable Feast, Ernest Hemingway’s […]