B-Reel Creates Two 'Free Libraries' in New York and L.A. to Promote 'The Book Thief'

20th Century Fox Project Was Inspired by Little Free Libraries

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Creativity's 2011 production company of the year B-Reel brings upcoming movie "The Book Thief" to life with an outdoor stunt inspired by Little Free Libraries, a not for profit that encourages free exchanges of books -- take one, but just return on. Working with film studio 20th Century Fox, B-Reel created two libraries that reflect the theme of the movie, which is based on the popular 2005 book. One is in Los Angeles, and one in NYC -- each library features scenes from the film, and the window that the story's protagnist, Liesel, uses to sneak in to the library to steal books. On the site, you can see a trailer for the film.

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Nov 22, 2013
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