thumbnail_hushAuthor Solutions, LLC, the world leader in supported self-publishing services, announced today that production of a movie based the AuthorHouse book “Hush” has commenced in Scotland.

Glasgow-based Sigma Films’ Brian Coffey (“The Legend of Barney Thomson,” “Starred Up,” “Citadel”) and Thruline Entertainment’s Danny Sherman are producing the paranormal thriller “Hush” in partnership with Catalyst Global Media, the London–based, multifaceted film and television financing and production company, and Creative Scotland.

Starring Celia Imrie (“The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,” “Calendar Girls,” “Bridget Jones’ Diary”), Ben Lloyd-Hughes (“Insurgent,” “Divergent,” “The Hour”) and Florence Pugh (“The Falling,” “Marcella”), the film is being directed by Olaf de Fleur (“Brave Men’s Blood,” “City State”) and has begun shooting at locations in Scotland.

Originally a horror novella written by Eva Konstantopoulos and published by AuthorHouse, “Hush” was adapted by Ben Ketai (“The Forest,” “The Strangers 2,” “30 Days of Night: Dark Days”) with revisions by Konstantopoulos.

“We are thrilled to see one of the many books we have had optioned recently move into the production phase,” said Caroline Weiss, Author Solutions’ Hollywood-based director of media services. “And we expect this to be the first of many more announcements like this.”

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About Jess Landry

Jess Landry is an eccentric billionaire, the inventor of the hacky-sack and a compulsive liar. She spends her time mentally preparing for the zombie apocalypse and playing with her cats. You can find some of her work online at SpeckLit.com and EGM Shorts.