Filming Shakespeare

This webinar was presented by Paul Edmondson, with guest speakers Professor Stanley Wells, Professor Russell Jackson and Dr Elizabeth Dollimore.

 

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Tweets from #FilmingShakespeare

Listening to the #filmingshakespeare webinar on Kenneth Branaghs adaptations of Shakespeare. Amazing! – @zsalmasi

http://t.co/B7Pk3viz if you are a filmmaker and want to enter a short film to be screened at Shakespeare Birthplace 2013 #FilmingShakespeare – @linthenerd

Russell Jackson recounting how the scene at Harfluer was shot for Sir Kenneth Branagh’s Henry V. #FilmingShakespeare – @ShakespeareBT

“Shakespearean comedy is more difficult to put on film as it requires a audience and proper timing.” Hmmmm. #FilmingShakespeare. – @KelliMarshall

Russell Jackson and Stanley Wells will discuss “Shakespeare on Film” online on 27 Oct. (on Webinar) at 4 pm BST – @Yoshis3rd

@Paul_Edmondson: Looking forward to ‘Filming Shakespeare’ webinar 4pm w #RussellJackson & @stanley_wells – @DianaJOwen

So excited about this: Fri 26th at 4pm! Sign-up free: Filming Shakespeare Webinar | http://t.co/xX0kIS20 via @ShakespeareBT – @Paul_Edmondson

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