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Edit] Screen adaptations

  • A mini-series adaptation of I Was a Rat was produced by the BBC and aired in three one-hour installments in 2001.
  • A film adaptation of The Butterfly Tattoo[36] finished principal photography on 30 September 2007. The Butterfly Tattoo is a project, supported by Philip Pullman, to allow young artists a chance to gain experience in the film industry. The film is produced by the Dutch production company Dynamic Entertainment.
  • A co-produced BBC and WGBH Boston television adaptation of The Ruby in the Smoke, starring Billie Piper and Julie Walters, was screened in the UK on BBC One on 27 December 2006, and broadcast on PBS Masterpiece Theatre in America on 4 February 2007. The television adaptation of the second book in the series, The Shadow in the North, aired on the BBC on 26 December 2007. The BBC and WGBH announced plans to adapt the next two Sally Lockhart novels, The Tiger in the Well, and The Tin Princess, for television as well; however, since The Shadow in the North aired in 2007, no information has arisen regarding an adaptation of The Tiger in the Well.
  • A film adaptation of Northern Lights, titled The Golden Compass, was released in December 2007 by New Line Cinema, starring Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig, Eva Green, Sam Elliott, Ian McKellen, and Dakota Blue Richards.

Edit] Works

These are only some of Pullman's books.[37]

Edit] Non-series books

  • 1972 The Haunted Storm
  • 1976 Galatea
  • 1982 Count Karlstein
  • 1987 How to be Cool
  • 1989 Spring-Heeled Jack
  • 1990 The Broken Bridge
  • 1992 The White Mercedes
  • 1993 The Wonderful Story of Aladdin and the Enchanted Lamp
  • 1995 Clockwork, or, All Wound Up
  • 1995 The Firework-Maker's Daughter
  • 1998 Mossycoat
  • 1998 The Butterfly Tattoo (re-issue of The White Mercedes)
  • 1999 I was a Rat! or The Scarlet Slippers
  • 2000 Puss in Boots: The Adventures of That Most Enterprising Feline
  • 2004 The Scarecrow and his Servant
  • 2010 The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ

Edit] Sally Lockhart

  • 1985 The Ruby in the Smoke
  • 1986 The Shadow in the North (first published as The Shadow in the Plate)
  • 1991 The Tiger in the Well
  • 1994 The Tin Princess

Edit] The New-Cut Gang

  • 1994 Thunderbolt's Waxwork
  • 1995 The Gasfitter's Ball

Edit] His Dark Materials

  • 1995 Northern Lights, retitled The Golden Compass in the US
  • 1997 The Subtle Knife
  • 2000 The Amber Spyglass

Edit] Companion books

  • 2003 Lyra's Oxford
  • 2008 Once Upon a Time in the North
  • The Book of Dust (not yet published)

Edit] Plays

  • 1990 Frankenstein
  • 1992 Sherlock Holmes and the Limehouse Horror

Edit] Non-fiction

  • 1978 Ancient Civilisations
  • 1978 Using the Oxford Junior Dictionary

Edit] Comics

  • 2008 The Adventures of John Blake in The DFC

Edit] References

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2. ^ (Carnegie Winner 1995). Living Archive: Celebrating the Carnegie and Greenaway Winners. CILIP. Retrieved 2012-07-09.



3. ^ "70 Years Celebration: Anniversary Top Tens". The CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Children's Book Awards. CILIP. Retrieved 2012-07-09.

4. ^ Moreton, Cole, "Philip Pullman: His dark materials: The death and absence of his father has informed so much of the fiction written by this highly acclaimed author over the years, but he has never known – or wanted to know – the truth about what really happened. Until now...", The Independent, 25 May 2008. Retrieved 2010-10-21.

5. ^ "University of Oxford, Cherwell newspaper Interviews: Philip Pullman". Cherwell. 2 September 2009. http://www.cherwell.org/content/8873. Retrieved 2009-08-02.

6. ^ Growing Pains – Features – The Oxford Student – Official Student Newspaper

7. ^ Acclaimed Author Philip Pullman to Visit UCE Birmingham. uce.ac.uk. 6 May 2004

8. ^ Undergraduate Life. exeter.ox.ac.uk

9. ^ Report to St James’s 2004. blakesociety.org

10. ^ Philip Pullman writes comic strip, The Times, 11 May 2008

11. ^ Deep stuff, The Guardian, 24 May 2008

12. ^ Pullman's page at the DFC website, The DFC

13. ^ http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/7109377.stm. BBC News (2007-11-23). Retrieved on 2012-01-02.

14. ^ "Philip Pullman Creative Writing Fellow for new MA". Oxford Brookes University. 11 June 2008. http://www.brookes.ac.uk/about/news/creativewriting. Retrieved 2009-01-26.

15. ^ "Philip Pullman To Host Next Waterstone's Writer's Table". booktrade.info. 2 July 2008. http://www.booktrade.info/index.php/showarticle/15486. Retrieved 2009-01-26.

16. ^ The Convention on Modern Liberty. Modernliberty.net (2009-02-28). Retrieved on 2012-01-02.

17. ^ Pullman, Philip (27 February 2009). "Malevolent voices that despise our freedoms". The Times (London). http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/columnists/guest_contributors/article5811412.ece. Retrieved 2010-05-22.

18. ^ School safety 'insult' to Pullman. BBC News (2009-07-16). Retrieved on 2012-01-02.

19. ^ Philip Pullman quits Liberal Democrats. mirror.co.uk. Retrieved on 2012-01-02.

20. ^ Honorary degrees awarded at Encaenia – University of Oxford. Ox.ac.uk. Retrieved on 2012-01-02.

21. ^ Miller, Laura. "'Far From Narnia'" (Life and Letters article). The New Yorker. http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2005/12/26/051226fa_fact. Retrieved 2007-10-31.

22. ^ Williams, Andrew Zak (25 July, 2011). "Faith no more". New Statesman. http://www.newstatesman.com/religion/2011/07/god-evidence-believe-world. Retrieved 28 July, 2011.

23. ^ "The Guardian: Harsh judgments on the pope and religion". London: The Guardian. 15 September 2010. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/sep/15/harsh-judgments-on-pope-religion. Retrieved 16 September 2010.

24. ^ "Mars Hill Audio – Audition – Program 10". http://mhadigital.org/index.php?post_id=274993. Retrieved 2007-11-13.

25. ^ "Golden Compass Film Angering Christian Groups – Even With Its Religious Themes Watered Down". MTV Asia. http://www.mtvasia.com/News/200711/05014981.html.

26. ^ Bruner, Kurt & Ware, Jim. "'Shedding Light on His Dark Materials'" (Tyndale Products review). Tyndale. http://www.tyndale.com/products/details.asp?isbn=978-1-4143-1564-5. Retrieved 2007-10-01.

27. ^ Whittaker, Jason. (2010-04-09) His Dark Materials – Blake and Pullman. Zoamorphosis.com. Retrieved on 2012-01-02.

28. ^ "Pullman Risks Christian Anger With Jesus Novel". ABC News. http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory?id=10224227.

29. ^ ""The Golden Compass" Sparks Protest". Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. http://www.catholicleague.org/release.php?id=1342.

30. ^ Jennifer Mesko. "Golden Compass Reveals a World Where There is No God". Focus on the Family citizenlink.com. http://www.citizenlink.org/content/A000005672.cfm. Retrieved 2006-12-07.

31. ^ Hitchens, Peter. "'This is the most dangerous author in Britain'" (Mail on Sunday article). The Mail on Sunday. http://home.wlv.ac.uk/~bu1895/hitchens.htm. Retrieved 2006-09-21.

32. ^ ab Wartofsky, Alona (19 February 2001). "The Last Word". The Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn/A23371-2001Feb18?. Retrieved 2007-11-29.

33. ^ Hitchens, Peter. "A labour of loathing" (Spectator article). The Spectator. http://www.lewrockwell.com/spectator/spec11.html. Retrieved 2006-09-21.

34. ^ Crary, Duncan. "The Golden Compass Author Avoids Atheist Labels" (Humanist Network News Interview). Humanist Network News. http://humaniststudies.org/enews/?id=326&article=1. Retrieved 2008-12-01. [dead link]

35. ^ Oxford's Rebel Angel. Vanityfair.com. October 2002 Retrieved on 2012-01-02.

36. ^ http://www.tbtproject.com

37. ^ "Philip Pullman". FantasticFiction. http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/p/philip-pullman/.


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