Dec 31, 2010 Salfordborn author David Constantine reads the original story that inspired '45 Years the awardwinning, forthcoming feature starring Charlotte Rampling andIn Another Country: Selected Stories [David Constantine David Constantine is an awardwinning short story writer, poet, and translator. His collections of poetry include The Pelt of Wasps, Something for the Ghosts (shortlisted for the Whitbread Poetry Prize), Nine Fathom Deep, and Elder. david constantine in another country short story
In Another Country: Selected Stories by David Constantine September 20, 2015 September 20, 2015 dj4twinx Comma Press, Award (while the collection to which the story lends its name won the prestigious 2013 Frank OConnor International Short Story Award). The fivepage story is a work of graceful economy and power, and displays the very
Nov 11, 2013 About David Constantine. Born in Salford in 1944, David Constantine worked for thirty years as a university teacher of German language and literature. He has published several volumes of poetry, most recently, Nine Fathom Deep (2009). He is a translator of Hlderlin, Brecht, Goethe, Kleist, Michaux and Jaccottet. Constantine lives in Oxford where, for ten years, he edited Modern Poetry in Translation with his wife Helen (until 2011). Davids short story In Another Country has been adapted into 45 Years a major film, directed by Andrew Haigh and starring Tom Courtenay& Charlotte Rampling.david constantine in another country short story David's short story 'In Another Country' has been adapted into '45 Years' a major Film4funded feature film, directed by Andrew Haigh and starring Tom Courtenay& Charlotte Rampling. This film won two silver bear awards at the Berlinale International Film festival in February 2015.
Listen to David Constantine read 'In Another Country the short story behind the film. The film, 45 Years, has already won two Silver Bears at the Berlin Film festival earlier this year, where it received its world premiere, and the Michael Powell Award for Best British Film at Edinburgh International Film Festival. It's also just been shortlisted for the Lux Prize 2015. Mopre about the film's success here. david constantine in another country short story Aug 29, 2015 David Constantine, author of the short story that inspired mustsee movie, 45 Years, tells Joe Shute how a startling reallife event sparked his original tale. First published in 2001 in literary magazine, The Reader, and later in a collection of short stories, In Another Country first came to the attention of cult director Andrew Haigh a few years ago, who sent word he wanted to turn it into a film. The final story in David Constantine's collection In Another Country begins with a grieving widower who, mere hours after his wife's funeral, sends a text message to his adult daughters. Background. In 2015, the film 45 Years, based on Constantine's short story In Another Country , enjoyed critical acclaim. The film stars Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling. Rampling was nominated for an Academy Award for her performance. Constantine is Featuring the story, 'In Another Country that inspired the motion picture, 45 Years. Also featuring selected stories from David Constantine's Comma Press back catalogue: Under The Dam (2005); The Shieling (2009); Tea at the Midland (2012).