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French Lit Nights of Hollywood launched in L.A. with Dana Ziyasheva’s spy thriller “Shock”

The Final Bookstore hosts Dana Ziyasheva and Igor Darbo for the primary French Lit Night time of Hollywood

Initiated by French-American producer Igor Darbo, the primary French Lit Nights of Hollywood introduced novelist Dana Ziyasheva at The Final Bookstore in L.A.

With the French Lit Nights, I wish to create a curated and enjoyable area for French authors to shine in Hollywood, meet their readers and join with expertise brokers, managers and producers.”

— Igor Darbo

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, July 27, 2023/ — The inaugural version of the brand new literary collection on the Final Bookstore gathered Francophiles and people in the work of Dana Ziyasheva. The L.A. primarily based French-Kazakh filmmaker is the writer of “Shock”, a novel a couple of younger French idealist turned mercenary on the nightfall of the century, printed in France this yr.

Primarily based on actual occasions, “Shock” is a dive into the thoughts of a younger mercenary, a pertinent matter given the presence of each US and French volunteers on the bottom in Ukraine. The viewers was captivated by tales of Ziyasheva’s adventures on the path of “Shock’s” hero that took her mountain mountaineering with Karen guerillas in Myanmar, mingling with struggle veterans and mercenaries in Bosnia, chasing a French secret service agent in Eire whereas 7-month pregnant, and a lightning strike investigative mission to Comoros.

The French Lit Nights of Hollywood collection was imagined by Igor Darbo, French-American producer, who labored each on set and in post-production on reveals like Keanu Reeves’ executively produced “Kung Fu Man”, “The Starvation Video games” franchise, Hulu’s “Solely Murders in the Constructing” and “The Outdated Man”. His work in China included profitable one of the best Co-Manufacturing Award on the Shanghai Movie Pageant and an performing stunt in Jacky Chan’s “Zodiac.” Darbo’s initiative to introduce essentially the most thrilling up to date French wordsmiths to Hollywood discovered a eager response in the French Consulate in Los Angeles, Union des Français de l’Etranger and the artistic group.

Within the historic setting of The Final Bookstore, the air du temps of the 90s was created with a soundtrack of French movies and pop-hits of the epoch, a standard non-alcoholic aperitif, and studying of an excerpt from “Shock” concerning the notorious 1995 overthrow of the President of Comoros by a gang of French mercenaries. The literary soirée was attended by Alan Heim, Academy Award profitable President A.C.E. (American Cinema Editors) who consulted Ziyasheva on her fantasy characteristic movie “Greatland” (2020), David Chien, Expertise Supervisor with Artwork/Work Leisure, comedy author Kristen Van Nest, Emmy-winning present host and safety skilled Kelvin Garvanne, in addition to representatives of the French Consulate and the Harvardwood group.

“The anomaly, universality, and circumstantiality of human nature is the underlying message of my creations, Ziyasheva mentioned through the Q&A session. “Shock”, my characteristic movies “Defenders of Life”, “Greatland”, and “How I solved the Homeless Disaster in Cali” eschew categorical judgements. I imagine a measured method helps us perceive the minds of individuals we could not agree with, and, thus, contributes to the dialogue amongst civilizations.”

A former United Nations diplomat fluent in 5 languages, Dana Ziyasheva wrote “How I Solved the Homeless Disaster in Cali” through the COVID lockdown. On this modern-day model of ‘Crime and Punishment’, a disenfranchised younger Angeleno inadvertently triggers an all-out struggle in California by merely serving to these in want. Out there on Spotify, Buzzsprout and YouTube, the fiction podcast is now in manufacturing of its second season, and in line with Igor Darbo, “like “Shock”, holds an unlimited display screen adaptation potential.”

Nicole Salmons
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