Film, Video Vivek Tiwary & Kyle Baker: 2014 National Book Festival

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Title
Vivek Tiwary & Kyle Baker: 2014 National Book Festival
Summary
Vivek Tiwary and Kyle Baker appear at the 2014 Library of Congress National Book Festival in Washington, D.C.
Event Date
August 30, 2014
Notes
-  Vivek Tiwary is an author, Broadway theater producer and founder of Tiwary Entertainment Group. Tiwary's debut graphic novel, "The Fifth Beatle" (Dark Horse), tells the true story of Brian Epstein, the visionary manager behind the spotlight who led the Beatles to stardom. Despite his ambitious drive and pivotal role in mobilizing what would later become the most influential rock/pop band of all time, "The Fifth Beatle" reveals the brief life of Epstein, a tale of both triumph and tragedy. Tiwary portrays the story of a flawed and imperfect hero troubled by personal obstacles. "The Fifth Beatle" is written by Tiwary, with art illustrations by Andrew Robinson and Kyle Baker and lettering by Steve Dutro. It is a No. 1 New York Times best-seller and will be adapted into a feature film this year.
-  Cartoonist, writer and animator Kyle Baker has few peers in the field. He has won eight Eisner awards, five Harvey awards and five Glyph Comics awards. Baker's breakthrough work, "Why I Hate Saturn," won him his first Eisner in 1991. Baker was responsible for the revival of the Plastic Man comic series, and he has done the animation for several Looney Tunes projects. He is the illustrator of "The Fifth Beatle" (Dark Horse), a graphic novel about the Beatles manager, Brian Epstein, written by Vivek Tiwary.
Related Resources
National Book Festival website: http://www.loc.gov/bookfest/
Running Time
34 minutes, 4 seconds
Language
English
Online Format
video
online text

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