ulie of the Wolves
is a novel written by Jean Craighead George and first
published in 1972. It is an extraordinary story of a 12 year old Eskimo girl lost in the wilds of Alaska. It was awarded the Newbery Medal for excellence in children's literature.
The music you can download from this page was composed for a motion picture treatment we were working on some time ago. This screenplay option has long since expired and many
screenplays have come and gone over the years. Now another option with a different company has been signed and with a "veteran" producer, with experience and a track record of great films
in similar environmental genres. Jean is very happy with this screenplay and has signed a new option. I can not say more than this about the film at this time.
Julie Of The Wolves
(the musical), already a decade in the works, has witnessed many readings, workshops, and last year, a remarkable dance workshop at the Kaufman Theatre - Museum Of Natural History in New York,
where, Fay Simpson choreographed the turning of wolves to men and back again. The journey of Julie Of The Wolves (the musical) continues as the writer Barbara Dana, prepares yet another rewrite.
Julie of the Wolves artwork © Wendell Minor;
all rights reserved
From "Julie of the Wolves":
- Opening Sequence
Julie's Lost Song
After The Plane
(vocal: Matthew Arkin)
(vocal: Sloan Wainwright)
Winter Is Coming (Tornait)
(vocal: Briana Sakamoto)
This Is My Home
(vocals: Briana Sakamoto, Matthew Arkin, Andrew Stevens, Sloan Wainright, Bonnie Kelly-Young, Silvia Sierra, Jena Necrason, Liam Torres, Chris Kubie)
All music © Chris Kubie, all lyrics © Jean Craighead George; all rights reserved
You can get free MP3 software to play these files at any of the following locations:
Your e-mail is welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org