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Artist Domingo Zapata To Direct Adaptation Of His Novel ‘The Beautiful Dream of Life’; Cary Granat & Ed Jones Producing – Cannes

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EXCLUSIVE: Jet-set, celebrity artist Domingo Zapata will direct an adaptation of his 2017 semi-autobiographical novel The Beautiful Dream of Life.

Veteran producers Cary Granat and Ed Jones have signed on to produce the feature adaptation. In an innovative move, the production will feature 18 pieces of original artwork by Zapata that will be sold as Fine Art pieces and NFTs.

Last year, Zapata’s work Mona Lisa Bull Fighter sold for a personal £1 million record at a charity auction in St. Barts, in which Leonardo DiCaprio was reportedly outbid.

Spanish-born, New York-based painter Zapata is known for his lavish lifestyle, film star girlfriends and celebrity collectors, such as DiCaprio, Johnny Depp and George Soros.

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