The New York Times featured Big Stone Gap Writer/Director Adriana Trigiani in an article about her career, path to success, and current projects. Trigiani is an accomplished sitcom writer and novelist, and has recently released her 14th book. The film Big Stone Gap is produced by Altar Identity Studios, a Media Society company.

Last fall, Ms. Trigiani returned to Big Stone Gap to direct her first feature film, a dream she’d been pursuing for 15 years…when she got a commitment last year from the actor Patrick Wilson, who had spent childhood summers with his grandparents in Big Stone Gap, the pieces quickly fell into place.

Read more about Trigiani at The New York Times.