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How Patricia Highsmith's Carol became a film: 'Lesbianism is not an issue. It's a state of normal'

Phyllis Nagy talks about why the screenplay for Carol took her 15 years, her long friendship with the notoriously difficult Highsmith, and why the novelist would have loved Cate Blanchett in the leading role

from the Guardian

How Patricia Highsmith's Carol became a film: 'Lesbianism is not an issue. It's a state of normal'

Phyllis Nagy talks about why the screenplay for Carol took her 15 years, her long friendship with the notoriously difficult Highsmith, and why the novelist would have loved Cate Blanchett in the leading role

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from the Guardian

Oscars red carpet 2016: from Alicia Vikander to Jennifer Lawrence – in pictures

Carol screeenwriter Phyllis Nagy does gender neutral tux-ing. Which means she’s first to score points for an actual fashion trend. But she needs to up her hand game. A double thumbs up could have worked here.

from the Guardian

Cate Blanchett: 'I've never had a sexual relationship with a woman'

Phyllis Nagy, Rooney Mara, Todd Haynes, Cate Blanchett, Elizabeth Karlsen, Stephen Woolley and Christine Vachon at the Cannes photocall.

Minuteman Library Network – Find -- Carol [videorecording] / The Weinstein Company and Film4 present ; in assocation with Studio Canal, HanWay, Goldcrest, Dirty Films, and Infilm Productions ; produced by Elizabeth Karlsen, Stephen Woolley, Christine Vachon ; screenplay by Phyllis Nagy ; directed by Todd Haynes.

from Slate Magazine

The Writer—and Friend of Patricia Highsmith’s—Who Worked Almost 20 Years to Make Carol

"Carol’s Happy Ending" - The screenwriter—and friend of Patricia Highsmith’s—who spent almost 20 years struggling to bring The Price of Salt to theaters.