EXCLUSIVE: Director/writer Marshall Lewy’s Zambry Films has picked up the rights to the Eisner Award nominated graphic novel The Impostor’s Daughter. The book tracks journalist Laurie Sandell’s discovery that all the amazing adventures and run-ins with the rich and famous her father told her growing up were lies. Published in 2010, Impostor’s Daughter also deals with the fallout from such revelations for the adult Sandell. Lewy will write the screenplay for the adaptation, with hopes to direct. The Lewy-directed and scripted California Solo, starring Once Upon A Time’s Robert Carlyle, came out earlier this month after previously debuting at the Sundance Film Festival. Laurie Sandell is repped by ICM Partners. Marshall Lewy is repped by the Gersh Agency and attorney Mark Wetzstein.
Zambry Films Acquires Graphic Novel ‘The Impostor’s Daughter’
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