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Hunting with Hemingway by Hilary Hemingway
Hilary Hemingway and Jeffrey P. Lindsay
Told by Leicester's daughter Hilary
, listeners will feel not only the vigorous souls and vivid action of two bold adventurers, but also a daughter's search to connect with her
lost family.Hunting with Hemingway
is an exciting choice for dedicated Hemingway fans--or anyone who thrills to a good adventure tale.
Abridged; 3 hours on 2 audiocassettes
ISBN 1-56511-384-5Hilary Hemingway is an author and award-winning screenwriter, has worked for Warner Brothers and Paramount Pictures and has written for Interview magazine, the Miami Herald, and Harper's Bazaar.She is currently a producer for Fox television and servees as the Executive Director of the International Hemingway Festival.
The festival will feature the PBS ...
The festival will feature the PBS documentary film, "Hemingway in Cuba" by Hilary Hemingway, Ernest's niece, and Hilary's husband, Jeff Lindsay.
The film will open the festival on Thursday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m. at The Community School Theatre in Sun Valley and will be followed by a Q & A session with Hilary
.Tickets are $20. Hilary is an award-winning filmmaker and journalist who has written for the Miami Herald, Interview and Harper's Bazaar.She was also a columnist for the Ft. Meyers News-Press.Hilary
has produced the 10 o'clock evening news for Fox Television, as well PBS's talk show, Media Watch."Hemingway in Cuba" is a nationally syndicated documentary she
originally produced for a regional PBS affiliate station, WJCU-TV
in Ft. Meyers, Fla.
"We got a grant and the money was given to PBS," Hilary
said."It was a local PBS station film and national PBS picked it up five years ago.It airs all the time."
"Hemingway in Cuba" was directed and produced by Hilary
, and the film features her
husband as the on-camera talent.The documentary is based on Hilary's book "Hemingway in Cuba," published by Ruggedland Press
will make her first trip to Ketchum to present "Hemingway in Cuba" to open the festival, but Lindsay will be unable to attend.
"I went to Cuba to do another book, and I realized in Cuba there was an awful lot of material that was not available to scholars," Hilary
said."It needed to be covered and had never been done by other biographers."
The film features Fidel Castro talking about Ernest's influence on him, Cuba and Castro's revolution.Hilary
was going to meet Castro on her
trip to Cuba to film material, which was going to be archived for the Ernest Hemingway collection at the John F. Kennedy Library
"Meeting Castro wasn't scary," Hilary
film crew were there for the beginning of the process.The film "Hemingway in Cuba" captures the historic agreement between the John F. Kennedy Library
and the Cuban government to allow access to the archives.
"Ernest liked to fit in with the people and the culture he was in," Hilary
...Hilary is co-writing a film with actor and director Andy Garcia.
"It's a biography that will have a certain amount of presence in Sun Valley," Hilary
..., 7 p.m. Opening Reception/Welcome, "Hemingway in Cuba" documentary film by Hilary Hemingway and Jeff Lindsay with Q&A to follow at The Community School, Sun Valley.
Hunting with Hemingway
Hunting with Hemingway
Hemingway's Published Works in Chronological Order
becomes a reporter.Hemingway
an ambulance Driver
first wife, Elizabeth Hadley Richardson
is the niece of Ernest Hemingway.The daughter of Ernest Hemingway's brother, Leicester.She
is an award-winning screenwriter and a writer for The Miami Herald, Interview, and Harper's Bazaar, is the executive director of the International Hemingway Festival.
Hunting with Hemingway
is an amazing twist of a tale that will itself become part of the Hemingway legacy.
Fifteen years after the death of her
father, Leicester, Hilary Hemingway
curious inheritance--a cassette tape recorded on one of the many evenings he
had held court around a campfire on their Miami Beach estate, telling tales of narrow escapes on hunting trips with his
brother Ernest : hunting crocodile in the dark, chasing vicious wild ostrich, and stalking a tiger that, moments before, had carried off a safari guide.Ernest inspired his
younger brother to feats of daring, always stepping in to save his
life in the nick of time when Leicester's bravado outweighed his
In Hunting with Hemingway, Leicester Hemingway's larger-than-life stories are transcribed by his
daughter, and, in alternating chapters, Hilary Hemingway
reaction to her
father's outrageous exploits.Were the stories even true? she
wondered.Delving into her
family legacy, she
young daughter set out on their own suspenseful adventure in search of an answer.As they uncover clues to the origin of the tape, Leicester Hemingway's stories, which she
had never heard as a child, give her
a new perspective on the father she
had known and loved, and whose suicide she
had never forgiven.Hunting with Hemingway
reveals Leicester Hemingway as a master storyteller who holds his
audience breathless.Following in the family tradition, with the help of her
husband, Jeff Lindsay, his
daughter takes us on a surprising journey of her
You have to understand how it was...when Papa made up his
mind to do a thing... --Leicester Hemingway
EXCERPT : Chapter One
I remembered the bright-purple Barney tape player in my older daughter's bedroom, and went looking for it, determined to listen to the tape.
--Reprinted from Hunting with Ernest Hemingway by Hilary Hemingway
and Jeffrey P. Lindsay by permission of Riverhead Books, a member of Penguin Putnam Inc.
Copyright (c) 2000 by Hilary Hemingway
and Jeffrey P. LindsayAll rights reserved.This excerpt, or any parts thereof, may not be reproduced in any form without permission.
Writer/Producer: Hilary ...
Writer/Producer: Hilary Hemingway
Hilary Hemingway is an ...
Hilary Hemingway is an award-winning documentarian.She has written for the Miami Herald, Interview Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, and was a columnist for the News-Press.She has produced 10 o'clock evening news for Fox Television, as well PBS's talk show, Media Watch and the nationally syndicated documentary, Hemingway In Cuba.She has five published books.
will still be attending and will be presenting as scheduled.