A History of Shakespeare on Screen: A Century of Film and Television
Cambridge University Press, 2004-10-28 - 380 psl.
"A History of Shakespeare on Screen: A Century of Film and Television chronicles how film-makers have re-imagined Shakespeare's plays from the earliest exhibitions in music halls and nickelodeons to today's multi-million dollar productions shown in megaplexes. Topics include the silent era, Hollywood in the Golden Age, the films of Laurence Olivier and Orson Welles, the television scene to include the BBC plays, the avant-garde cinema of Jarman and Greenaway, and non-Anglophone contributions from Japan and elsewhere. This second edition updates the chronology to the year 2003 and includes a new chapter on such recent films as John Madden's Shakespeare in Love, Kenneth Branagh's Love's Labour's Lost, Michael Almereyda's Hamlet, and Billy Morrissette's Scotland, Pa. An up-to-date filmography, bibliography, and index of names make it invaluable as a one-volume reference work for specialists, while the accessible style will ensure that it also appeals to a wider audience of Shakespeareans and cinephiles."--BOOK JACKET.
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Shakespeare in silence from stage to screen
Hollywoods four seasons of Shakespeare
Laurence Olivier directs Shakespeare
Orson Welles Shakespeare for the art houses
Electronic Shakespeare from television to the web
Spectacle and song in Castellani and Zeffirelli
Shakespeare movies in the age of angst
Other Shakespeares translation and expropriation
Shakespeare in the cinema of transgression and beyond