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Why Dune Is Nearly Unfilmable And Why Directors Will Continue To Try, For TIME

Lady Jessica and Paul Atreides in David Lynch’s Dune.

Movie people tell to believe that Frank Herbert’s science fiction masterpiece Dune is impossible to turn into a movie. They say the book is too long, too complicated, too weird and too grand to be adapted.

And yet, filmmakers like David Lynch and, most recently, Denis Villeneuve, continue to try.

Sarah wrote about how these filmmakers continue to face their fears in the hopes of seeing a path for TIME Magazine.

To read the story, go HERE.

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The Dune Colouring Book That Saved My Childhood

Dune, the books, the movies, the world-building masterpiece created by author Frank Herbert, has long been an obsession for the Risky Fuel household.

Ahead of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune movie adaptation Sarah took some time to write about the fascinating curio that warped her young mind around the release of David Lynch’s Dune movie in 1984 — the official Dune colouring book.

Sarah wrote about this utterly bizarre piece of merchandise for the science fiction site, The Companion.

To read her story, go here (paywall).

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