Google will join forces with the National Academy of Sciences's The Science and Entertainment Exchange program to support the creators of the biopic about mathematics Ada Lovelace , considered the first in history as a programmer. Reported by The Tracking Board . Note that SeX was launched in 2008 with the aim of increasing the scientific credibility of the plots of films, TV series and books, as well as raising the prestige of science itself in the eyes of the general public.|
The script for the tape about Hell and her life will be written by Shawn Word (Captain Corelli's Choice), and the production functions will be shared by Alison Owen (Saving Mr. Banks) and Debra Hayward ("Spy, get out!") Via Monumental Pictures .
Lord Byron's daughter, Hell in Victorian England, worked side by side with the inventor of the first computer Charles Babbage and wrote the world's first program for this machine. The girl's mother, after parting with Byron , did not allow her to communicate with her father, so that she would not follow in his footsteps. In addition, all the poet's books were removed from the family library. Lovelace died at the age of 36 - before her best ideas came true. However, her developments were later used in his research by another famous mathematician - Alan Turing, already famous in Hollywood.
“As in the case of Turing , many of the achievements of Ada were exaggerated over time or, conversely, deleted from history, commented on the need to create a new project Debra Hayward . -Meanwhile, she was a person of her time - one of the initiators of the creation of a computer and at the same time an absolute daredevil. We look forward to bringing her outstanding life story to screens. ”In turn, Owen emphasized that Ada was a person whose name has always been associated with this or that scandal, and by this indicator she may well compete with her own father.
Monumental Pictures was behind the creation of such historical films with strong female characters, such as the new film version of the novel "Jane Eyre" (with Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender), the aforementioned "Saving Mr. Banks" and "Suffragette".
The Topic of Article: Google will do the biopic of the first programmer.