Judy Blume's classic 1981 novel 'Tiger Eyes' hits the big screen

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San Francisco,  California (ICC) November 2012

It’s taken over 30 years to get Judy Blume’s classic 1981 novel Tiger Eyes on the big screen. In fact, this is the first time any of her 25 books have been turned into a movie. Blume co-wrote the screenplay with son Lawrence Blume, who also directs this touching coming-of-age story of a teenager who is reluctantly uprooted to New Mexico with her mother and younger brother.

Judy Blume's movie TIGER EYES played opening weekend of the American Indian Film Festival and co-stars Tatanka Means. The screening was on Sunday November 4th at the Bridge Theatre in San Francisco, California.

To learn more about the film checkout: TigerEyesFilm.com and for more information on the film festival checkout aifisf.com