Publishers and agents invited to Cannes 'Rendez-Vous' as film adaptations boom

The Civil Society of French Language Editors (SCELF) and the Institut Français have teamed up to create a new event, 'Shoot the Book! Rendez-Vous', billed as "the first international meetings corner between publishing and audiovisual in Cannes". Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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