Kepler's Dream (Film)
11-year-old Ella is forced to spend the summer with a reclusive grandmother in New Mexico, whom she has never met, while her mother undergoes stem cell treatment for cancer. When "Kepler's Dream", a priceless book belonging to her grandmother is stolen, Ella must solve the mystery of this robbery and also reveal the mysteries and ghosts that have fractured her family for decades. She is the hero of her own story as she discovers the power of forgiveness and the magic of the stars. Directed by Amy Glazer, this family film is based on the YA novel by author Juliet Bell (Sylvia Brownrigg) and was adapted to film by Amy Glazer and Sylvia Brownrigg.
Leomark Studios, Distributor; Sedge Thomson, Producer
Young Adult Fiction, Film
Film and Media Studies
Glazer, Amy, "Kepler's Dream (Film)" (2016). Books by SJSU Authors. Book 150.