Filmmakers back on Hydra to make Johnston-Clift film

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The latest launch of a George Johnston and Charmian Clift project pushed along by a serious literary prize.

The lives of expat writers George Johnston and Charmian Clift on Hydra in the Mediterranean sea in the nine years from 1953 have fascinated producers wanting substantial characters, a whiff of melodrama, some gorgeous locations and a deep sense of yearning for the perfect creative life. Especially since most of us only get to create in noisy offices or the corners of board room tables.

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