Hemingway’s “Feast” Moves To Film

Mariel Hemingway has picked up film and TV rights to her late grandfather Ernest Hemingway’s memoir A Moveable Feast says Variety.

Hemingway and John Goldstone are teaming to produce a big screen adaptation which they’ve already begun shopping around.

Published posthumously to critical acclaim in 1964, the story covers the author’s years as a young man in post-WWI Paris in the 1920s.

Mariel’s grandmother, Ernest’s first wife Elizabeth Hadley Richardson, is a key character in the memoir with their marital breakup described in vivid detail.

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