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Zu William Shakespeares Todestag am 3. Mai präsentieren wir fünf Filmadaptionen, die dem legendären Dramatiker auf der Leinwand. Entdecke die besten Filme - William Shakespeare: Der Elefantenmensch, Der Club der toten Dichter, 10 Dinge, die ich an Dir hasse, Viel Lärm um nichts. Mit über mehr oder weniger textnahen Filmadaptionen seiner Werke ist der englische Dichter und Dramatiker William Shakespeare der meistverfilmte Autor​.

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A video recording of a New York Shakespeare Festival performance at the Delacorte Theatre , made by Jaime Caro for Theatre on Film and Tape.

The film brings stage star Rose Coghlan to the screen for her motion picture debut. At 61 or 62 Coghlan is an older Rosalind than usual.

Filmed mainly outdoors. A silent comedy film in a contemporary setting of the play. Olivier's first performance of Shakespeare on screen.

It was also the final film of stage actors Leon Quartermaine and Henry Ainley and featured an early screen role for Ainley's son Richard as Sylvius, as well as for John Laurie , who played Orlando's brother Oliver.

Laurie would go on to co-star with Olivier in the three Shakespearean films that Olivier directed. A recording of the Royal Shakespeare Company 's performance for the BBC.

Recorded at Glamis Castle in Scotland, this was one of only two productions shot on location, the other being The Famous History of the Life of Henry the Eight.

However, the location shooting received a lukewarm response from both critics and the BBC's own people, with the general consensus being that the natural world in the episode overwhelmed the actors and the story.

Director Basil Coleman initially felt that the play should be filmed over the course of a year, with the change in seasons from winter to summer marking the ideological change in the characters, but he was forced to shoot entirely in May, even though the play begins in winter.

This, in turn, meant the harshness of the forest described in the text was replaced by lush greenery, which was distinctly unthreatening, with the characters' "time in the forest appear[ing] to be more an upscale camping expedition rather than exile.

Set in a modern, urban, environment. The film received mostly negative reviews. Time Out thought that the "… wonder is that they bothered to put film in the camera, for sadly this is Shakespeare sans teeth, eyes, taste, sans everything.

Animated with paint on glass using watercolors. Branagh moved the play's setting from medieval France to a late 19th century European colony in Japan after the Meiji Restoration.

It is filmed at Shepperton Film Studios and at the never-before-filmed gardens of Wakehurst Place. Recording of a performance at Shakespeare's Globe.

A musical film based on a stage musical by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart , which in turn was based on the play. Fulton , Bernard B. Brown , Joe Lapis and one for Best Art Direction Jack Otterson.

The film relocates the story to modern day India. The film tells the story of a Bengali merchant from Kolkata and his servant who visit a small town for a business appointment, but, whilst there, are mistaken for a pair of locals, leading to much confusion.

It is based on an play by Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar , which is itself based on The Comedy of Errors.

Bhranti Bilas was remade in as the musical comedy Do Dooni Char , which in turn was later remade as Angoor. A musical comedy Bollywood adaptation based on the film Bhranti Bilas , which in turn was based on an play by Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar , which is itself based on The Comedy of Errors.

Do Dooni Char was later remade as Angoor. A TV adaptation of a musical based on the play, with a book and lyrics by Trevor Nunn and music by Guy Woolfenden.

A musical comedy Bollywood adaptation, based on the film Do Dooni Char , which was based on the film Bhranti Bilas , which in turn was based on an play by Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar , which is itself based on The Comedy of Errors.

Videotaped as part of PBS's Great Performances series at Lincoln Center, New York City, this production starring The Flying Karamazov Brothers combined Shakespeare with slapstick comedy, acrobatics and juggling on the basis that "in Ephesus, you juggle or die!

Branagh's film turns Love's Labour's Lost into a romantic Hollywood musical. Set and costume design evoke the Europe of ; the music classic Broadway songs of the s and newsreel -style footage are also chief period details.

Modern dress version of Shakespeare's "problem comedy" emphasizing the darker elements of the play and eliminating most of the humor. An early film of the play, now assumed to be lost.

The film was made by Broadwest. The company hired the complete stage cast of the play and filmed at Walthamstow Studios using largely natural light.

The film marked the screen debut of Matheson Lang who went on to become one of the leading British actors of the s.

An adaptation from Jonathan Miller's acclaimed Royal National Theatre staging. Welles said that the core of the film 's story was "the betrayal of friendship.

Ralph Richardson 's narration is taken from the works of chronicler Raphael Holinshed. Welles had previously produced a Broadway stage adaptation of nine Shakespeare plays called Five Kings in In , he revived this project in Ireland as Chimes at Midnight , which was his final on-stage performance.

Neither of these plays was successful, but Welles considered portraying Falstaff to be his life's ambition and turned the project into a film.

In order to get initial financing, Welles lied to producer Emiliano Piedra about intending to make a version of Treasure Island , and keeping the film funded during its production was a constant struggle.

Welles shot Chimes at Midnight throughout Spain between and ; it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival , winning two awards there.

Jones originally wanted to shoot the episode in Stratford-upon-Avon but was restricted to a studio setting. Determined that the production be as realistic as possible, he had designer Dom Homfray base the set on real Tudor houses associated with Shakespeare: Falstaff's room is based on the home of Mary Arden Shakespeare's mother in Wilmcote , and the wives' houses are based on the house of Shakespeare's daughter Susanna , and her husband, John Hall.

For the background of exterior shots, he used a miniature Tudor village built of plasticine. Austrian-born director Max Reinhardt did not speak English at the time of the film's production.

He gave orders to the actors and crew in German with William Dieterle acting as his interpreter. The film was banned in Nazi Germany because of the Jewish backgrounds of Reinhardt and composer Felix Mendelssohn.

The shooting schedule had to be rearranged after Mickey Rooney broke his leg while skiing. According to Rooney's memoirs, Jack L.

Warner was furious and threatened to kill him and then break his other leg. This was the film debut of Olivia de Havilland.

It was an Official Selection as a Feature Film at the Cannes Film Festival , and won special distinction. The film premiered in theatres in Europe in September In the U.

It was shown on CBS with commercials. Released in the USA as part of the Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare series. Based on a rock musical directed by Salvatores, it is a musical adaptation of the play.

The action of the play was transported from Athens , Greece , to a fictional Monte Athena, located in the Tuscan region of Italy , although all textual mentions of Athens were retained.

The film made use of Felix Mendelssohn 's incidental music for an stage production including the famous Wedding March , alongside operatic works from Giuseppe Verdi , Gaetano Donizetti , Vincenzo Bellini , Gioacchino Rossini and Pietro Mascagni.

In this version, a group of school children are attending a puppet performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream when they are drawn into the story and become the characters, dressed in Elizabethan costumes.

The film, inspired by the play, prominently features a modern interpretation of the play put on in a private high school in a small town.

Additionally, this musical's lyrics are largely based on Shakespeare's original text. Lily Rabe , Rachael Leigh Cook , Hamish Linklater , Finn Wittrock , Avan Jogia , Fran Kranz , Saul Williams.

A CBS Television presentation of Joseph Papp 's New York Shakespeare Festival Production. Konstantin Raikin - Benedicto Galina Jovovich - Beatrice Tatyana Vedeneyeva - Gero Vladimir Korenev - Juan Erast Garin - Kissel Pavel Pavlenko - Dogberry Yury Yakovlev uncredited.

A modern adaptation by David Nicholls. An adaptation of the Broadway musical of the same name , it tells the tale of musical theater actors, Fred Graham and Lilli Vanessi, who were once married and are now performing opposite each other in the roles of Petruchio and Katherine in a Broadway -bound musical version of the play.

Already on poor terms, the pair begin an all-out emotional war mid-performance that threatens the production's success.

The play was performed live but included some filmed sequences shot in Centennial Park. Videotaped broadcast of San Francisco ACT company presenting Shakespeare's classic take with a Commedia dell'arte flair, as if it were an inn yard performance by a traveling company.

Documentary following actress Meryl Streep and actor Raul Julia as they prepare to perform and actually perform Shakespeare's comedy "The Taming of the Shrew" for the "Shakespeare in the Park" theater festival in Central Park, NY.

First aired on 25 November , the episode presented the play through multiple fourth-wall layers with a self-referential frame tale, in which a young fan of the TV show has a Shakespeare reading assignment and imagines it as presented by the show's regular cast.

An adaptation based on Parvathavani's Kannada drama which was a translation of the play. The film was among the biggest grossing Kannada films of , and was remade in Telugu as Mahajananiki Maradalu Pilla A remake of the Kannada film Nanjundi Kalyana A modernization of the play, retold in a lates American high school setting.

New student Cameron is smitten with Bianca and, in order to get around her father's strict rules on dating , attempts to get bad boy Patrick to date Bianca's ill-tempered sister, Kat.

A modern adaptation by Sally Wainwright. Notable as the very earliest surviving film directed by Orson Welles , then aged It is a recording of the dress rehearsal of Welles's own abridged production at his alma mater , the Todd School for Boys , where he had returned to direct this adaptation for the Chicago Drama Festival in The film is noted for its attempted "Westernized stylings" including its surreal use of decor, women-soldiers with long hair, etc.

The film also had English-subtitles, but as some scholars have noted, since few foreigners watched these films, the subtitles were more to give off an air of the West rather than to serve any real purpose.

An adaptation of Trevor Nunn 's Royal Shakespeare Company production of the play. Believed to have been the earliest film adaptation of the play.

The film is two minutes in length. It also was one of the first films to employ the newly discovered art of pre-recording the actors' voices, then playing the recording simultaneous to the playing of the film.

So, while produced during the silent film era, the film is technically not a silent film. The first multi-scene cinematic adaptation of any work by Shakespeare.

Made by the Hepworth Company and based on the Drury Lane Theatre 's staging of the work. Cited as one of the earliest talkie versions of this play.

Khoon Ka Khoon was the debut in films of Naseem Banu. Nair, as one of "most wanted" missing Indian cinema treasures. Olivier's second film as director, and also the second of the three Shakespeare films that he directed.

Hamlet was the first British film to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. Olivier's Hamlet is the Shakespeare film that has received the most prestigious accolades, winning the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Actor and the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.

Sahu was influenced by "classic European sources". Based on a translation by Boris Pasternak , and with a score by Dmitri Shostakovich.

Both Kozintsev and the film itself gained prominence among adaptations of the play, and Smoktunovsky is considered one of the great film Hamlets. A Spaghetti Western version.

The movie received two Academy Award nominations, for Best Art Direction and Best Costume Design Dante Ferretti , Francesca Lo Schiavo.

Based on Stoppard's play of the same name , the film depicts two minor characters from Hamlet , Rosencrantz and Guildenstern , who find themselves on the road to Elsinore Castle at the behest of the King of Denmark.

They encounter a band of players before arriving to find that they are needed to try to discern what troubles the prince Hamlet. Meanwhile, they ponder the meaning of their existence.

The movie won the Golden Lion at the 47th Venice International Film Festival. An animated epic musical film , produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures.

It is the 32nd Disney animated feature film. The story takes place within a pride of lions in Africa. The film is notable as the first unabridged theatrical film version of the play, running just over four hours.

The play's setting is updated to the 19th century, but its Elizabethan English remains the same. Hamlet was also the last major dramatic motion picture to be filmed entirely on 70 mm film until the release of The Master Hamlet was highly acclaimed by the majority of critics and has been regarded as one of the best Shakespeare film adaptations ever made.

A modern-day version set in Los Angeles. All of the language is modern. In this version, Claudius becomes King and CEO of "Denmark Corporation", having taken over the firm by killing his brother, Hamlet's father.

This adaptation keeps the Shakespearean dialogue but presents a modern setting, with technology such as video cameras , Polaroid cameras , and surveillance bugs.

For example, the ghost of Hamlet's murdered father first appears on closed-circuit TV. Film of the stage production mounted at Theatre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris.

Director Brook cut about one-third of the text, bringing it down to two hours and 20 minutes without an intermission and rearranging the order of some scenes.

A loose adaption of Hamlet and Ibsen 's Ghosts , set in the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period in 10th century China. An adaptation of the Royal Shakespeare Company 's modern-dress stage production.

The first film version of the play with sound. It was produced using actors from the Chicago area.

Heston, who had known Bradley since his youth, was the only paid cast member. Bradley recruited drama students from his alma mater Northwestern University for bit parts and extras, one of whom was future star Jeffrey Hunter , who studied alongside Heston at Northwestern.

The 16 mm film was shot in on locations in the Chicago area, including Soldier Field , the Museum of Science and Industry , the Elks National Veterans Memorial , and the Field Museum.

The Indiana sand dunes on Lake Michigan were used for the Battle of Philippi. One indoor set was built in the Chicago suburb of Evanston. Brando's casting was met with some skepticism when it was announced, as he had acquired the nickname of "The Mumbler" following his performance in A Streetcar Named Desire Brando's diction, which has been guttural and slurred in previous films, is clear and precise in this instance.

In him a major talent has emerged. The first film version of the play made in colour. Royal Shakespeare Company stage production, filmed for BBC Television.

Donmar Warehouse all-female stage production, filmed for Television. Originally presented live, now survives on kinescope.

The Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich composed the score. Recording of a New York Shakespeare Festival production.

Elliott set his Lear in an environment resembling Stonehenge , although the production was entirely shot in a studio.

In keeping with the primitive backdrop, this production emphasizes the primitive over the sophisticated. Shakespeare's characters use the clothing, weapons, and technology of the early Bronze Age rather than the Elizabethan era.

Olivier's Lear in this production garnered great acclaim, winning him an Emmy for the performance. It was the last of Olivier's appearances in a Shakespeare play.

At 75, he was one of the oldest actors to take on this enormously demanding role. He had previously played it in at the Old Vic , without much success.

An adaptation of the story in a Japanese setting, Ran was Kurosawa's last epic, and has often been cited as amongst his finest achievements.

Adapted as post- Chernobyl disaster science fiction. Rather than reproducing a performance of Shakespeare's play, the film is more concerned with the issues raised by the text, and symbolically explores the relationships between power and virtue, between fathers and daughters, words and images.

The film deliberately does not use conventional Hollywood film-making techniques which make a film 'watchable', but instead seeks to alienate and baffle its audience in the manner of Berthold Brecht.

BBC film of the Royal National Theatre 's stage version. It was televised with an accompanying documentary, including interviews with the director and cast.

Apart from Peter Brook's King Lear in , it is the only other feature-length film adaptation to preserve Shakespeare's verse.

Yvonne Griggs, in Shakespeare's King Lear: A close study of the relationship between text and film , characterised it as "a very stilted costume drama".

An unfilmed screenplay written by Harold Pinter on a commission from Tim Roth. A Western adaptation of King Lear , the film takes the plot of the play and places it in the Republic of Texas during the 19th century.

It features the same cast and director as the RSC production, and started filming only a few days after the final performance at the New London Theatre , at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire.

Starring Anthony Hopkins as the title character, the adaptation is set in an alternative universe, 21st-century, highly militarised London. The earliest known film version of that play.

It was a black and white silent film with English intertitles. It is currently unknown if any print of the film still exists. A silent black-and-white film with French intertitles.

The second Macbeth film released that year released on November 27 , and is the third film version of the play. The running time is 16 minutes and it is a black-and-white film.

Like all films of the time, it is silent with English intertitles , black-and-white , and ran for 14 minutes.

No prints are known to exist. The film stars Herbert Beerbohm Tree and Constance Collier , both famous from the stage and for playing Shakespearean parts.

Although released during the first decade of feature filmmaking, it was already the seventh version of Macbeth to be produced, one of eight of the silent film era.

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We had help from Toby Schreiner at Public Radio Station WAMU FM in Washington and Stephen Skidmore at WOUB Public Radio in Athens, Ohio.

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Transcript MICHAEL WITMORE : From the Folger Shakespeare Library, this is Shakespeare Unlimited. MARY PICKFORD as KATHERINE: It is my fashion when I see a crab.

PETRUCHIO: Why, here's no crab. Come, Kate, come, sit down. KATHERINE: Father! One may smell in such a will most rank, Foul disproportion CROWL: Well, in his Othello he is always in half light, he's always in the shadows, moving in and out of it with Iago on the other side of it, that is the whole issue of black and white, the whole issue of innocence and evil, are brilliantly expressed, just in the quality of the way in which Welles uses light and shadow.

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Ran is Akira Kurosawa’s film adaptation of William Shakespeare’s King Lear. At the time, it was the most expensive Japanese movie ever produced with a production budget of $11 million. This isn’t just one of the best Shakespeare movies of all time, it is flat out one of the greatest movies of all time. Made in the midst of WWII, Laurence Olivier’s take on Shakespeare’s play winds up being a blatant attempt to stir up some patriotic fever, and isn’t nearly as discerning as Kenneth Branagh. Joss Whedon's black and white adaptation of this classic Shakespeare comedy is the perfect film to watch on a calm summer night. It's set in modern times, but retains Shakespeare's original script. Justin Kurzel’s film is helped considerably by Fassbender, whose performance easy joins the ranks of greatest Shakespeare film performances. 2 Throne of Blood () A slightly lesser film than his masterful Ran, Kurosawa’s first go-round with the Bard is still a wonderfully moody and effective piece. Shakespeare movies are a different beast and do require a fair amount of reimagining to work as movies instead of just filmed plays, and there are so many great ones to choose from. Although I didn’t include Kenneth Branagh on this particular list, all of his Shakespeare adaptations are extremely well done. Their presence is pervasive throughout the film, punctuating the horror of Macbeth's murderous reign. Zhang Ziyi Empress Wan Ge You Emperor Li Daniel Wu Crown Prince Wu Luan Zhou Xun Qing Huang Xiaoming General Yin Sun. Stuart Burge. Nicol Williamson Macbeth Google Fotos Ios Lapotaire Das Schwarze Labyrinth Macbeth Mark Dignam Duncan Ian Hogg Banquo Alistair Henderson Justin Bartha Filme. What was it Shakespeare Film that period of time that made it so rich in Shakespeare film adaptations? Published June 17, Maurice Elvey. Visit Get Directions. Robin Lovejoy. This particular play focuses on themes of vice and virtue in the city of Vienna, left with a strict judge in charge while the Duke is away on a diplomatic mission. Mit über mehr oder weniger textnahen Filmadaptionen seiner Werke ist der englische Dichter und Dramatiker William Shakespeare der meistverfilmte Autor​. Shakespeare in Love ist ein US-amerikanisch-britischer Liebesfilm von John Madden aus dem Jahr Erzählt wird eine fiktive Liebesgeschichte zwischen​. Der englische Dramatiker William Shakespeare schuf während seiner Lebenszeit 15fast vierzig Dramen, die auch noch heute nichts. Entdecke die besten Filme - William Shakespeare: Der Elefantenmensch, Der Club der toten Dichter, 10 Dinge, die ich an Dir hasse, Viel Lärm um nichts. 6/17/ · They last anywhere from 4 to 10 or 12 minutes. Only about 40 of those survive. What's very interesting is that when you get up to a film that is maybe six, seven, eight reels long, so somewhere between 40 and 60 minutes, it's considered a full-length film, and the oldest surviving American film is a Shakespeare film from and it's of Richard III. 4/10/ · The first film on this list is, fittingly, an adaptation of one of the most frequently performed Shakespeare plays: "Hamlet," the story of a young prince desperate to . Shakespeare and Film Laurence Olivier described Shakespeare’s battle scenes as "frustrated cinema," but the relationship between these highly verbal plays and the visual priorities of .
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