Academy Award Winning Director Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zoetrope Inspires The Innovative Artist Emunah La-Paz
Author Emunah La-Paz’s anticipated film based off the suspense-thriller-mystery novel “Say What? The Black Butterfly Series”, postproduction is in transition to take place at Zoetrope’s virtual studio, a resourceful collaboration launched by one of America’s most celebrated filmmakers Francis Coppola.
Francis Coppola, most likely known for his classic hit “The Godfather”, in 1972 becoming one of the top-grossing movies to date earning him an Oscar for writing the screenplay with Mario Puzo. The film also won an Oscar for Best Picture.
“It’s amazing when an established filmmaker takes the time to create a site in which up and coming artists have the opportunity to nurture their craft. Coppola has created an inspiring guide by launching American Zoetrope. Another great outlet for thriving artists is Zoetrope Magazine which features short stories by talented writers.” said Shay Williams of HSP Publishing.
American Zoetrope productions has also given an early advance to help launch the careers of some of today’s best-known actors and filmmakers: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Al Pacino, Jennifer Lopez, and Nicholas Cage, just to name a few.
Author Emunah La-Paz’s four part book trailers are now featured on IMDb. The largest movie database in the world is the only network to showcase all four series representing each character in the novel.
“Say What? The Black Butterfly Series” is one of La-Paz’s outstanding new novels featuring the successful television anchor Mercedes Mitchell, who encounters strange nightmares after the death of her famous sister. When her nightmares transform into reality, Mercedes fears that the ghost of her sister could be on the hunt for revenge.
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