Nora Ephron's son to make documentary about her life

As the writer/director's final play hits Broadway, her son plans a film about her life

Published April 5, 2013 2:27PM (EDT)

Nora Ephron      (Reuters/Lucas Jackson)
Nora Ephron (Reuters/Lucas Jackson)

Nora Ephron, the director of films like "Julie & Julia" and "When Harry Met Sally," is now to be the subject of a film.

The Hollywood Reporter writes that the late Ephron's son, Jacob Bernstein, is developing and will co-direct "Everything is Copy," a documentary named after an Ephron family truism. (The phrase allowed for Ephron writing numerous widely-read personal essays and lightly fictionalized novels about everything from her neck to her divorce.)

Bernstein, a journalist had previously written a piece, for the New York Times Magazine, on his mother's illness and surprising death at 71. Ephron has been in the news lately for the current Broadway production of her final play, "Lucky Guy."

By Daniel D'Addario

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