Once upon a time, there was a 1,100-page book called IT. Then there was a TV miniseries based on the book. Then there was a movie that we'll skip, and now, there's a feature-length film that hopefully skips the cheery montages for something a little more sinister. CineFix breaks down the changes you can expect to see between the book and miniseries.
In a converted two-story industrial building in Montreal, the Ateleir Neon Family is keeping the light alive. Gérald Collard and his company create commercial art in neon signs, with complex designs that are more than just a logo or call to eat at Joe's. And when Gérald isn't bending tubes, he's teaching — 25 years at the Espace Verre glass school.