Zu William Shakespeares Todestag am 3. Mai präsentieren wir fünf Filmadaptionen, die dem legendären Dramatiker auf der Leinwand. Der englische Dramatiker William Shakespeare schuf während seiner Lebenszeit 15fast vierzig Dramen, die auch noch heute nichts. Mit über mehr oder weniger textnahen Filmadaptionen seiner Werke ist der englische Dichter und Dramatiker William Shakespeare der meistverfilmte Autor.
Die besten Filme - William ShakespeareYou don`t need to even like Shakespear to enjoy this film - but it would help or may even lead to to delve further into his artistry.. This films main conceit is that. Mit über mehr oder weniger textnahen Filmadaptionen seiner Werke ist der englische Dichter und Dramatiker William Shakespeare der meistverfilmte Autor. Mit über Film- und TV-Adaptionen in Spielfilmlänge ist Shakespeare der am meisten verfilmte Autor aller Zeiten. Schrieben die Zeitungen.
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Shakespeare in His Time. And that becomes sort of that post-war period, where you get Akira Kurosawa making his three great Shakespeare films, the most famous being Throne of Blood, his version of Macbeth, but also one of his last two films is a great film based on the King Lear story called Ran.
CROWL: And we get Grigori Kozintsev in Russia making his two great Shakespeare films, Hamlet in and King Lear in And I'm wondering, in your opinion, what is it that makes these films Shakespeare films?
I mean, if someone makes a movie about a guy who's trying to make another guy take out a girl so that he can date the girl's sister, why is that considered a Shakespeare spinoff, just because Shakespeare wrote a play with more or less the same plot years ago?
How much of this is Shakespeare, would you say, and how much of this is marketing? CROWL: Oh no, it's some director who wants to do this—a director's program.
It's like Clueless and Emma. CROWL: I mean, you can go see Clueless and not have any idea what the resonance is with Jane Austen's Emma , but, believe me, the woman who made that film sure does.
And so that's where this comes from. It's a form of how can we meld Shakespeare, minus the language, into film form and so you get Shakespeare films that are sci-fi films, you get Shakespeare films that are Westerns.
Now part of this, it's always a director where this kind of project starts, because they're interested in doing it, but then they're also trying to find an audience.
CROWL: Well, people might quarrel with that assessment, but I think he was, in the sense that, particularly in Much Ado About Nothing , he was willing to go all the way to appeal to that to year -old audience.
He was willing to be, as my own students say, cheesy. What was it you told me of today, that your niece Beatrice was in love with Signior Benedick?
ROBERT SEAN LEONARD as CLAUDIO: I did never think that lady would have loved any man. CROWL: The film had energy, it had life, it had a kind of an appeal.
Now the appeal was not meant to be to a year-old distinguished Shakespeare scholar. As a great young French scholar, who became attracted to Shakespeare because of Branagh's Henry V, said about Much Ado About Nothing, in that early scene when the boys are all jumping in the bath and the girls were taking a shower as they get ready to meet for a big house party, Branagh says he was clearly shaking the dust out of Shakespeare.
Probably the fact that Trevor Nunn had spent his life directing Shakespeare in the theater held him back from going at Twelfth Night , let's say, in a similar vein.
I think what he does in Twelfth Night is very nice, but he turns it into something out of Chekhov, which is great for me, but that isn't going to appeal to the or year-old kid moviegoer.
CROWL: Yeah, Taymor. I like her work, but, boy, Titus Andronicus would be a hard sell anywhere. I can't tell you why The Tempest didn't get a better response.
I've just been talking about it at a Shakespeare conference and I was surprised how many Shakespeareans in the room were not pleased with the translation of Prospero into Prospera, although many of them were women, or with Mirren's performance.
I find it stunning and I was much more humanly involved in Prospera's struggle with her new-found freedom than I ever have been by a Prospero in the theater, but we all have, we all go to the movies, and we all have our own opinions, I guess.
CROWL: Here's an example of somebody taking the million dollars that The Avengers made and taking a piece of it and wanting to make a Shakespeare film.
It's the director who wants to do this. What I did respond to, because I'm not a part of that generation, is that the audiences that I first watched the film with were laughing early on, because they knew all of the characters, all the actors in that film are a part of Whedon's television empire.
ALEXIS DENISOF as BENEDICK: O God, sir, I cannot endure my Lady Tongue. CLARK GREGG as LEONATO: There is a kind of merry war betwixt Signior Benedick and her.
This big-hearted picture is the first Shakespeare film by legendary director Kenneth Branagh in which he did not act.
Director and star Laurence Olivier focused on the positives in his adaptation, designed to rouse patriotic spirit near the end of World War II, and was successful both commercially and critically.
Nunn set his film in the late 19th century, filmed on location in Cornwall, and cast several major stars, including Richard E.
Grant as Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Nigel Hawthorne as Malvolio, and Helena Bonham Carter as Olivia. Peter Moffat and Mark Brozel brought the Scottish play, in which a lord murders his king to take power, into a three Michelin star restaurant, starring James McAvoy as head waiter Joe Macbeth.
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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.