"And the Oscar Goes to ..." - Film Adaptation of Canadian and Indigenous Novels
Her guest, Bil Antoniou - Toronto theatre actor and podcast host of Bad Gay Movies and My Criterions - discusses with Linda a series of Canadian and Indigenous novels that have been adapted to the screen, including the most recent Oscar award-winning movie, Women Talking, directed by Sarah Polley (original novel by Miriam Toews).
They also discuss the following:
- Yann Martel's Life of Pi (Knopf)
- Jane Rule's The Desert of the Heart (Talon)
- Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient (Penguin Random House)
- and Mordecai Richler's Barney Version (Penguin Random House)
The winner of the adaptation award? Listen to find out!
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