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Turn your NOVEL into a Feature Film

TURN your STORY into a MOVIE
Deadline June 30th

SUBMIT your story (both your 1st chapter, short story, or full novel accepted)
And we’ll make it into a movie.

http://www.wildsound.ca/audio_video_book.html

Watch Past Novels turned into a Movie:

Watch Diamond and the Fosters – Children’s Novel

75 minutes

Watch children’s novel made into a movie. by Michael David Weis

Produced by Matthew Toffolo

Narration by Becky Shrimpton

Watch SANDRO’S NOTEBOOK – EUR-AFRICAN EXILES Adventure Series

88min.

by Albert Russo

Produced by Matthew Toffolo

Narration by David Kinsman

Watch Novel turned into a Feature Film

Watch NOVEL made into a Feature Script – Sandro’s Notebook
An historical/adventure series of a man’s travels through Africa in the mid-1900s

Deadline: SUBMIT your NOVEL (both your 1st chapter or full novel accepted)
And we’ll make it into a MOVIE
http://www.wildsound.ca/audio_video_book.html

Get your novel made into a movie and get 1000s to see it.

SANDRO’S NOTEBOOK – EUR-AFRICAN EXILES

Written by Albert Russo

Produced by Matthew Toffolo

Narration by David Kinsman

Editor and Visual Design by Vira Solovyova

Synopsis:

This is the story of Sandro Romano-Livi, a young Italian Jew, leaving his Mediterranean island by boat, for the Belgian Congo (DR Congo), in 1926, as a stowaway.

Of his adventurous life in Central Africa, during the first fifteen years, of David-Kanza (aka Daviko), the mulatto son he adopts, a secret he will disclose to his white Anglican fiancée,

Gloria Simpson, born and raised in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe). Of their two daughters, Astrid and Dalia. Of his family’s difficult situation and of their hopes. Of the loss of his parents

and baby sister, who were sent to a nazi concentration camp. Of his many travels in the African bush and of his ultimate success as a businessman. Of the familyʼs departure to northern Italy, where they will settle, just before Central Africaʼs tragic events, whilst Sandro and Daviko will remain in Africa for a longer period. Of their love of the black continent and their incurable nostalgia. Of Astridʼs later humanitarian activities in Botswana and Malaw.