Charles Koppelman
 
BOOKS                                                                                                                                         READ THE WRITING
Two years with renowned film editor and sound designer Walter Murch as he edits Cold Mountain using Apple’s Final Cut Pro software.
 
PUTIN’S DAUGHTER
A novel-in-progress about a Ukrainian prostitute who escapes the California suburbs to find a surprising new life among the plutocrats of Moscow.
 
 
ARTICLES
 
Albert and Allen Hughes Return with 'Book of Eli', Los Angeles Times Sunday Calendar
A Day at the Races? You Bet, MSN City Guides, home page
 
 
 
 
 
Meet Olga Garay, Head of LA's Cultural Affairs.pdf Los Angeles Times Sunday Calendar
 
The Matchmaker.pdf, profile of Lyn Kienholz, Los Angeles Times Sunday Calendar
 
 
 
SCREENPLAYS
DUMBARTON BRIDGE
A post-modern California family caught in an identity crisis. Cablecast Starz/Encore. Distributed by Vanguard Homevideo
 
THE OLD DAYS
An aging hit-man returns to Cuba at the end of his life. Morgan Freeman attached to play lead role, Hughes Brothers to direct. Co-written with Barry Gifford.
 
DOUBLE NEGATIVE
An Agatha Christie type whodunnit set in a daycare center. Adapted from the novel by David Carkeet.
 
WHITE HANDS
A neo-noir set in San Francisco’s Mission District. Adapted from the novel, Heat Lightning by John Lantigua
 
SO LONG, SEE YOU TOMORROW
What is friendship? A dark tale of two neighbors and two childhood friends, set in 1920s rural Illinois. Based on the novel by William Maxwell.
 
ADRENALINE
A nurse and her boyfriend will do anything for love. Based on a true story.
 
 
SHORT STORIES
WEEKEND IN FEZ, Licking River Review University of Northern Kentucky.
TWO NOCTURES, Byline
TWO OVER EASY, Wisconsin Review
 
 
STAGEPLAY
STRANDED
Two strangers discover their mutual needs, stuck in Baton Rouge on September 11, 2001.
 
 
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