Filmmaker Carlino dead at 88
Writer and director Lewis John Carlino has died at age 88. Actor Michael O’keefe confirmed the news on social media, saying Carlino died
June 17 on Whidbey Island, in Washington state. Carlino died of myelodysplastic syndrome, a blood disease, his daughter Alessa told The Hollywood Reporter. He was a three-time WGA Award nominee for writing the adapted screenplays for 1979’s The Great Santini, 1977’s I Never Promised You a Rose Garden — for which he also scored an Oscar nomination — and his original script for The Brotherhood.