Shakespeare at the Cineplex: The Kenneth Branagh Era
Ohio University Press, 2003 - 254 páginas
Rated ‘Outstanding’ in the 2004 edition of University Press Books Selected for Public and Secondary School Libraries
Samuel Crowl's Shakespeare at the Cineplex: The Kenneth Branagh Era is the first thorough exploration of the fifteen major Shakespeare films released since the surprising success of Kenneth Branagh's Henry V (1989). Crowl presents the rich variety of these films in the “long decade: between the fall of the Berlin Wall and the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.” The productions range from Hollywood-saturated films such as Franco Zeffirelli's Hamlet and Michael Hoffman's A Midsummer Night's Dream to more modest, experimental offerings, such as Christine Edzard's As You Like It.
Now available in paperback, Shakespeare at the Cineplex will be welcome reading for fans, students, and scholars of Shakespeare in performance.
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Excellent critique on films based on Shakespeare. Great resource to evaluate the effectiveness of themes and techniques used in films on Shakespeare's works.
Its the kind of book you're supposed to read AFTER you've studied the text and the films O_o It's a critique assuming that the reader is familiar with Shakespeare's works and the films.
1 The Long Decade 19892001
2 The Words of Mercury and the Songs of Apollo
3 The Golden Girl and a Fistful of Dust
4 Shakespeare and Hollywood
5 Song Sea and Sexual Mystery
7 Changing Colors Like the Chameleon
8 Shooting Stars
9 A Clean WellSpoken Place