Filming Shakespeare                            presented byRussell Jackson   Paul Edmondson   Stanley Wells   Elizabeth Do...
#filmingShakespeare
#filmingShakespeare
Henry V (1988)Intimacy	 and	 Spectacle  #filmingShakespeare
The first Falstaff flashback       #filmingShakespeare
Mistress Quickly #filmingShakespeare
The King of France  #filmingShakespeare
Alice and Catherine  #filmingShakespeare
Harfleur#filmingShakespeare
St. Crispin s Day#filmingShakespeare
The death of York #filmingShakespeare
Giving Williams his glove     #filmingShakespeare
Mountjoy sees the hanged Bardolph         #filmingShakespeare
Beginning the wooing   #filmingShakespeare
Moving towards comic resolution        #filmingShakespeare
Pulling back from the tableau       #filmingShakespeare
RSC directed by Adrian Noble 1984
Hamlet (1996)The	 Wider	 Screen,	 but	 with	 intimate	 close-ups.               #filmingShakespeare
The first court scene   #filmingShakespeare
The Polonius family  #filmingShakespeare
Reynaldo and Poloniusand	 one	 of	 the	 secret	 doors    #filmingShakespeare
Flashback: the wedding night       #filmingShakespeare
On the move – R & G have arrived         #filmingShakespeare
The mirrors and the question       #filmingShakespeare
The other family – the actors       #filmingShakespeare
In the queen s bedroom   #filmingShakespeare
The camera pulls backfrom	 the	 royal	 couple	 in	 crisis      #filmingShakespeare
How all occasionsSnowy	 Mountains	 of	 Denmark	      #filmingShakespeare
Questions#filmingShakespeare
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F ilming shakespeare

  1. 1. Filming Shakespeare presented byRussell Jackson Paul Edmondson Stanley Wells Elizabeth Dollimore
  2. 2. #filmingShakespeare
  3. 3. #filmingShakespeare
  4. 4. Henry V (1988)Intimacy and Spectacle #filmingShakespeare
  5. 5. The first Falstaff flashback #filmingShakespeare
  6. 6. Mistress Quickly #filmingShakespeare
  7. 7. The King of France #filmingShakespeare
  8. 8. Alice and Catherine #filmingShakespeare
  9. 9. Harfleur#filmingShakespeare
  10. 10. St. Crispin s Day#filmingShakespeare
  11. 11. The death of York #filmingShakespeare
  12. 12. Giving Williams his glove #filmingShakespeare
  13. 13. Mountjoy sees the hanged Bardolph #filmingShakespeare
  14. 14. Beginning the wooing #filmingShakespeare
  15. 15. Moving towards comic resolution #filmingShakespeare
  16. 16. Pulling back from the tableau #filmingShakespeare
  17. 17. RSC directed by Adrian Noble 1984
  18. 18. Hamlet (1996)The Wider Screen, but with intimate close-ups. #filmingShakespeare
  19. 19. The first court scene #filmingShakespeare
  20. 20. The Polonius family #filmingShakespeare
  21. 21. Reynaldo and Poloniusand one of the secret doors #filmingShakespeare
  22. 22. Flashback: the wedding night #filmingShakespeare
  23. 23. On the move – R & G have arrived #filmingShakespeare
  24. 24. The mirrors and the question #filmingShakespeare
  25. 25. The other family – the actors #filmingShakespeare
  26. 26. In the queen s bedroom #filmingShakespeare
  27. 27. The camera pulls backfrom the royal couple in crisis #filmingShakespeare
  28. 28. How all occasionsSnowy Mountains of Denmark #filmingShakespeare
  29. 29. Questions#filmingShakespeare
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  31. 31. Details •  no longer than 20 minutes any number of people in the submission any age/combination of ages in the film making group any level of experience any standard of equipment either a direct performance of Shakespeare or a piece inspired by his work The process involves open submission, a first round of selection, with the final selection being sent to ourinternational panel of judges. The winner will be announced in September 2013 and the winning film will be screened at next years festival in October 2013. Submissions will open December 1, 2012 close on July 1, 2013

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