Paris, 1920s. When Sylvia Beach, a bold American bookseller living in Paris, risks her reputation and livelihood by publishing James Joyce's widely banned Ulysses, the revolutionary novel goes on to become one of the most respected of the 20th century.

    Coming Soon:  the hybrid documentary feature film:

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                     Kevin Birmingham, author, The Most Dangerous Book:
                    The Battle for James Joyce's Ulysses 
endorses Left Bank

“Most people think of a book as being created by one person, the book's author. But that's not always true. Ulysses wasn't just created by James Joyce, it was created by many women who inspired Joyce, who supported him, who gave him the means to write his book, to publish his book, to publicize it, who made it what it is. Left Bank revises this overly simplistic history of this book.“

​Left Bank Bookseller: period drama (27:30)

Starring Megan Corry as Sylvia Beach, Joseph Hamel as James Joyce, Krista Amigone as Nora Joyce and Stephanie Weyman as Adrienne Monnier. 

Jed Peterson as Ezra Pound, Anton Rayn as Frank Budgeon, Edward Furs as Fontainas.

Directed by Matt Pourviseh; Co-Directed and Written by Lisa Reznik; Edited by Johnny Tsang; Director of Photography Just Simpson.

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James Joyce

Sylvia Beach