Gil to film Rulfo novel

Hopewell, John; O'Boyle, Michael
March 2007
Daily Variety;3/29/2007, Vol. 294 Issue 64, p26
Trade Publication
The article states that Mateo Gil has teamed up with Sogecine and Ariete-Ariane of Spain and Portugal's Take 2000 to write and direct an adaptation of Juan Rulfo's novel "Pedro Paramo," a seminal work in modern Latin American literature. The article states that Eugenio Caballero of Mexico has been tapped as art director.


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