He’s Producing Another Winning Film And That’s A Fact

The FacttrackerMarc Platt (C’79, Glee Club) will be co-producing a live action movie to author Jason Carter Eaton’s children’s book The Facttracker.

Per a great review for the book on

“The Facttracker works in the Factory finding facts which the people of Traakerfaxx then supply to the world. When the just small enough boy, who tragically has no personal facts, is accidentally involved in blowing up the Factory, the Facttracker’s sinister brother Ersatz steps in, sets up a Liebrary, imprisons the Facttracker and convinces the people of Traakerfaxx that selling lies is much more fun and lucrative than selling facts. Can the just small enough boy set things right before the whole world is filled with nothing but lies? This is a great book that asks a very important question (What is the nature of truth itself?) without being too serious—well, actually without being serious at all—okay, let’s face it, the book is downright goofy, but also very fun and exciting to read. You won’t want to put it down until you finish and find out what’s going to happen!”

More about the book here!

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