It's undeniable that books influence other forms of art, especially film. It is highly unlikely for a person not to have seen a film adaptation of a book — there is even a "best adapted screenplay" award at the Ocsars to celebrate just this feat! Mourir Apres de Tois  (To Die By Your Side) is an example of a short film inspired by books. It was created with the collaboration of directing by Spike Jonze and Simon Cahn and the design work of Olympia Le-Tan. This film imagines what happens in a Parisian bookshop after the store closes and the lights are off. The book covers come to life through hand cut felt and interact with one another to a beautiful soundtrack.

So give it a watch, it's only about 5 minutes long and if you're a bibliophile like I am, you will be blown away by its beauty!