J. Neil Schulman is one of the giants of the libertarian novelists active today. His 1979 novel, Alongside Night, is a libertarian classic, with endorsements from Milton Friedman, Ron Paul and others. It has helped to almostÂ single-handedly jump-start the Agorist movement, and is currently being turned into a movie starring Kevin Sorbo (Hercules,Â Andromeda).
Schulman agreed to sit down with AGL and answer some of our questions.
1. Why did you start [your film company] Jesulu Productions and how did you realize there was a market need?
Jesulu Productions is my one-man personal production company. I initially started Jesulu Productions to produce a film adaptation of my 2002 novel, Escape From Heaven, and that production is still in the pipeline for a tentative release toward the end of 2014. But since it was slow getting that production going I first produced Lady Magdalene’sÂ and am now in pre-production on Alongside Night. Additional productions in the pipeline are listed on the website.