Lanark: a fragment of intended screenplay
1983 Alasdair Gray was contacted by the film producer, Ian Brown, and the director
Sandy Johnston, who commissioned him to write a film script of his novel, Lanark.
Working with Sandy, he produced three quarters of a script with storyboard
drawings showing scenes and camera angles. The film, planned to run for nearly
3 hours with an intermission, pleased and interested many film technicians, but
no financiers. Gray could make an illustrated book of it if a publisher showed
note: if you have a slow modem these storyboards