We recently chatted with director Amy Glazer and screenwriter Sylvia Brownrigg, the filmmakers behind Kepler’s Dream. They discuss working together to adapt Brownrigg’s young adult novel, their personal connections to the story of fractured families and how they were able to find the film’s best narrative with limited resources.
Kepler’s dream is a family adventure/drama about an 11 year-old girl searching for a missing rare book from her grandmother's (Holland Taylor) library. Along the way, she grapples with the secrets, betrayals and sorrows that have shaped the family for generations.
The film is now available VOD and in select theaters: https://www.keplersdream.com/
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