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This year marks the 95th anniversary of the truly remarkable and spectacularly legendary Renaissance man, Tonino Guerra. Tonino Guerra may very well be the greatest screenwriter of all time, and having written well over 100 screenplays, his extensive list of credits on IMBD is ultimate proof that his career was nothing short of prolific. His collaborations with many of the greatest names in cinema history, is further evidence of his gigantic professional stature. In addition, the countless honourable mentions, awards, and accolades, is one final tell-tale sign demonstrating just how fantastically large a role Tonino Guerra occupied in the hearts and minds of movie lovers. 


In celebration of Tonino Guerra’s illustrious career, we are yet again graced by his genius in the never before seen masterpiece, ‘The Fragrant Land’, co-written with film director and screenwriter Ian Shine.

Since his time working with Tonino Guerra, Ian Shine has written four plays for the theatre, three screenplays, and two novels. His debut novel, ‘God does not want to be lonely’ (2010), was mostly dedicated to cinema lovers, who would have undoubtedly relished each moment in his rich and vivid world. His latest novel, ‘Anxious Spirit’ (2015), may possibly be his long awaited masterpiece. ‘Anxious Spirit’ is a collection of prose that unravels the very essence of the human condition, as it bears witness to collapse, destruction, construction, and renewal. The use of magical imagery and sublime philosophy elevates the already rich tapestry of meaning to profound proportions. Regardless of the medium, Ian Shine continues to create mind bending and awe inspiring content that keeps his fans coming back for more.                        
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About Tonino Guerra

Tonino Guerra may very well be the greatest screenwriter of all time. Having written well over 100 screenplays, his extensive list of credits on IMBD is ultimate proof that his career was nothing short of prolific. His collaborations with many of the greatest names in cinema history, is further evidence of his gigantic professional stature. In addition, the countless honourable mentions, awards, and accolades, is one final tell-tale sign demonstrating just how fantastically large a role Tonino Guerra occupied in the hearts and minds of movie lovers.

To understand how great Tonino Guerra was, is to realise that his life as a screenwriter was just one facet of his illustrious career as a well-rounded artist, and, his life as a beautiful human being. Tonino Guerra was widely recognised as one of Italy’s national treasures. Luckily, this level of recognition produced ample amounts of readily available content either showcasing or commenting on his many personal and professional achievements, and one can easily lose him or herself for days on end in Tonino Guerra’s magical world.

However, nothing short of a thesis can do this brilliant man justice. Thus, perhaps the best way to pay homage to Tonino Guerra, is to enjoy his art as he had originally intended.

Tonino Guerra originally co-wrote ‘The Fragrant Land’ in Italian as ‘Terra Fragrante’. Prior to ‘The Fragrant Land’, Tonino Guerra and Ian Shine collaborated on three other projects, including the screenplay ‘Pictorial Photo’, the short film ‘Comedian’, and a libretto for the opera ‘Requiem of Passion’.


About Ian Shine

Ian Shine is a Soviet born Australian film director, screenwriter, and author. Having spent much of his time working on various projects abroad, he has had the pleasure of collaborating with a magnificent range of standard setting industry specialists, as well as the plethora of brilliantly talented creative minds, to whom Ian seems magnetically drawn. Prior to ‘The Fragrant Land’, Ian Shine and Tonino Guerra collaborated on three other projects, including the screenplay ‘Pictorial Photo’, the short film ‘Comedian’, and a libretto for the opera ‘Requiem of Passion’.

Since his time working with Tonino Guerra, Ian Shine has written four plays for the theatre, three screenplays, and two novels. His debut novel, ‘God does not want to be lonely’ (2010), was mostly dedicated to cinema lovers, who would have undoubtedly relished each moment in his rich and vivid world. His latest novel, ‘Anxious Spirit’ (2015), may possibly be his long awaited masterpiece. ‘Anxious Spirit’ is a collection of prose that unravels the very essence of the human condition, as it bears witness to collapse, destruction, construction, and renewal. The use of magical imagery and sublime philosophy elevates the already rich tapestry of meaning to profound proportions.

Regardless of the medium, Ian Shine continues to create mind bending and awe inspiring content that keeps his fans coming back for more.

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Idea Publishing
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Apr 23, 2015
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112
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9781925314113
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La quête initiatique d'un adolescent, confronté à ses origines

Suite à un drame familial, Djem, un jeune garçon d’origine turquevivant depuis toujours à Bruxelles, va devoir suivre sa mèreau village familial au fin fond de la Turquie. Pour Djem, entre enfance et adolescence, petit citadin fou de foot, c’est la confrontation entre deux modes de vie, deux modes de pensées, deux cultures. Commence alors pour lui un voyage initiatique.

Un choc culturel, de la Belgique à la Turquie, entre vie citadine et villages traditionnels

CE QU'EN PENSE LA CRITIQUE

- "De bien belles lectures, que l'on souhaite ardemment voir un jour portées à l'écran !" (Bernard Delcord, M Belgique, 10 octobre 2014)

A PROPOS DE L'AUTEUR

Mustafa Balci naît en 1972, il passe son enfance dans les Ardennes et les Cantons de l’Est. Après des études de cinéma à l’INSAS, il entame des recherches personnelles en cinéma, musique, théâtre et théâtre d’ombres. Djem, son premier conte initiatique, écrit pour le cinéma, est sa première publication.

A PROPOS DE L'ÉDITEUR

Créée par un passionné de la littérature et du cinéma, Scenarii éditedes histoires cinématographiques, qui se lisent avec un plaisirhors du commun.
Concept inédit, proposer aux amateurs de belles histoires de découvrirle film avant même qu’il ne soit réalisé. Histoires à lire, histoires à vivre,histoires à se projeter sur les écrans blancs de nos imaginaires.
Les textes de Scenarii ne nécessitent aucun code, aucune compétencetechnique pour êtres lus, compris et appréciés par le plus grand nombre.
Scenarii fait le pari de la qualité littéraire. Ces récits, dont la force résidedans les dialogues, emmèneront le lecteur, quel que soit son âge, dansune aventure hors du commun, mettant en relief la richesse de chacundes personnages.
Un scénario, c’est raconter de manière simple une histoire dont les sentiments peuvent être complexes.

EXTRAIT

45 – Sur le toit / Extérieur – jour
Djem est sur le toit et observe le village. Il aperçoit Zeynep sur labutte qui ramasse du linge. Djem l’observe et la voit s’approcher.Zeynep sourit et vient s’installer près de lui.

Zeynep
On voit bien tout d’ici. De chez moi aussi, je regarde le village.
Comment va Yelen aujourd’hui ?

Djem
Je crois que ça va, elle ne dit rien.

Zeynep
C’est comment, l’Europe ?

Djem
C’est super, y’a tout. On peut tout faire. Tu n’as jamais été là-bas ?

Zeynep rit de bon cœur en regardant Djem, qui est perturbé. Elle selève et quitte le toit avec une légèreté qui trouble le garçon.
 (Italian Language Edition)

This year marks the 95th anniversary of the truly remarkable and spectacularly legendary Renaissance man, Tonino Guerra. Tonino Guerra may very well be the greatest screenwriter of all time, and having written well over 100 screenplays, his extensive list of credits on IMBD is ultimate proof that his career was nothing short of prolific. His collaborations with many of the greatest names in cinema history, is further evidence of his gigantic professional stature. In addition, the countless honourable mentions, awards, and accolades, is one final tell-tale sign demonstrating just how fantastically large a role Tonino Guerra occupied in the hearts and minds of movie lovers.

In celebration of Tonino Guerra’s illustrious career, we are yet again graced by his genius in the never before seen masterpiece, ‘The Fragrant Land’, co-written with film director and screenwriter Ian Shine. The elating thought of seeing a finished yet previously unpublished screenplay from the greatest screenwriter of all time — is further amplified by the fact that ‘The Fragrant Land’ is presented to you in not just one, but three unique variations.

‘Terra Fragrante’ in Italian and ‘Земля Благоуханная’ in Russian, were written by both co-authors simultaneously in their native tongues, using an innovative duel language system that hinged almost entirely on Tonino Guerra’s wife Lora Guerra, who’s genius played a pivotal role in the sizeable amount of translation between the two languages. After its’ original completion in 2004, the screenplay was then adapted into French by Isabelle Gerbaud, under the title ‘Terre de Senteurs’. Each of the three versions of ‘The Fragrant Land’ differ in far more ways than the nuances of language alone. Even the scene count across each language varies, with 97 scenes in ‘Terra Fragrante’, 107 in ‘Terre de Senteurs’, and 112 in ‘Земля Благоуханная’. 

In addition to ‘The Fragrant Land’, Tonino Guerra and Ian Shine collaborated on three other projects, including the screenplay ‘Pictorial Photo’, the short film ‘Comedian’, and a libretto for the opera ‘Requiem of Passion’.

Since his time working with Tonino Guerra, Ian Shine has written four plays for the theatre, three screenplays, and two novels. His debut novel, ‘God does not want to be lonely’ (2010), was mostly dedicated to cinema lovers, who would have undoubtedly relished each moment in his rich and vivid world. His latest novel, ‘Anxious Spirit’ (2015), may possibly be his long awaited masterpiece. ‘Anxious Spirit’ is a collection of prose that unravels the very essence of the human condition, as it bears witness to collapse, destruction, construction, and renewal. The use of magical imagery and sublime philosophy elevates the already rich tapestry of meaning to profound proportions. 

Regardless of the medium, Ian Shine continues to create mind bending and awe inspiring content that keeps his fans coming back for more.

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