Deadline: Book-To-Screen Platform TaleFlick Launches Production Arm
EXCLUSIVE: TaleFlick, a platform that identifies adaptable books, has launched a production company to put some of its own content on the screen. It has selected four titles that are now in development.
The company, founded by producer Uri Singer (Tesla) and Netflix alum George Berry, scans thousands of books to identify stories that translate into filmed adaptations. Publisher HarperCollins is among those who have committed their catalog to the site, with Sony Pictures, Warner Media and HBO among its customers.
Studios and producers can still access the content library, but Taleflick has unveiled the first selection titles to be developed under the banner TaleFlick Productions. Singer will oversee development and production.
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