Archive for November 2011
The following is an interview with The Katniss Chronicles head writer Tony Caballero, as he discusses the process for adapting Suzanne Collins’ bestselling series, The Hunger Games, into an audio drama.
As The Katniss Chronicles is a fan-created project based on the bestselling series The Hunger Games, the creators behind the project strived to include every detail that made Suzanne Collins’ novels so vivid, captivating, and unique. One of the biggest tasks that the creators undertook was creating the distinct dialect that defined the characters from the Capitol, a city of excess and luxury. The following is an interview with The Katniss Chronicles director Sam Rhodes regarding the creation and implementation of the Capitol dialect in the new audio drama.
The Katniss Chronicles audio drama and its participants are in no way affiliated with The Hunger Games books or movie, Suzanne Collins, Scholastic, Lionsgate, or any of their representatives. The Katniss Chronicles’ participants claim no rights to the series, logo, images, story, characters, copyrights, or trademarks. The Katniss Chronicles is a fan work, made purely for entertainment, and was created by fans, for fans, of The Hunger Games.