Student at the University of Texas at El Paso. Pursuing a Bachelors degree in English and American Literature with a minor in Creative Writing.
Junior Contributor I
The Transition from Literature to Film
For decades, audiences have witnessed pieces of text translated into film adaptations, such as Dracula, Murder on the Orient Express, etc. Writer participation within the film making is usually nonexistent or very minimal, which is found to be strange considering they are the ones who have created the story, characters, etc. Literature translating to film will most likely continue but should the writer be more involved within film making?