It also discusses the central critical issues raised by electronic literature, pointing out that there is significant overlap with the print tradition.
See Article History At the end of the 19th and the start of the 20th centuries, when William Shakespeare was becoming an academic institution, so to speak—a subject for serious scholarly study—a revolutionary search began in the world outside the universities for the means to present his great dramas in the new medium of film.
Among these early films was a remarkable production of still available by the London studio of the British Mutoscope and Biograph Company: Like all silent films, the scene from King John might well have been accompanied by some variation of live music, sound effects, phonograph records, intertitles, recitations, or supplementary lectures, as filmmakers sought to compensate for a silenced Shakespeare.
Bushman and John W. Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, New York, the Vitagraph production company had moved the camera off the stage and into the city parks.
He toured with the movie, providing appropriate recitations and commentary. Many film directors had difficulty moving beyond filmed stage performances.
Other directors, however, were more creative; E. Hay Plumb, for example, took the cast of the London Drury Lane Company to the Dorset coast to film the castle scenes in a Hamlet that featured the year-old Johnston Forbes-Robertson as the gloomy prince.
Directors Svend Gade and Heinz Schall came up with a gender-bending Hamletwhich starred the famous actress Asta Nielsen as a cross-dressed prince. Almost immediately thereafter, producer Irving Thalberg and director George Cukor offered a reverential Romeo and Julietwith Norma Shearer and Leslie Howard and a supporting cast of actors from the Hollywood expatriate British colony.
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In Hamlet Olivier used a probing, interrogating camera and deep-focus photography to ferret out every nook and cranny of Elsinore. In Chimes at Midnightbased on the Henriad, Falstaff becomes self-referentially Welles himself, a misunderstood genius.
Soon thereafter Zeffirelli offered a hugely popular Romeo and Juliet that reinvented the young lovers played for once by actors of an age appropriate to their roles as alienated youth in rebellion against intransigent parents; they behave much like the feuding street gangs in West Side Storythe Robert Wise—Jerome Robbins musical adaptation of Romeo and Juliet.
The Japanese director Kurosawa Akira presented his own version of Macbeth in Kumonosu-jo ; Throne of Blooda translation of the play into stylized Noh drama. As Washizu Taketori Macbeth rides in circles, the swirling forest mist becomes a metaphor for the intricate web of fate that drives his destiny, while the demureness of Asaji Lady Macbeth masks a terrifying savagery.
After decades Franco Zeffirelli returned to filming Shakespeare but for Hamlet abandoned his Italianate settings in favour of medieval English castles.
In it Mel Gibson proved an action-oriented prince. The film was spectacularly photographed, with exterior scenes shot at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire. The hall of mirrors in the grand palace filmed in the studio underscores the tension between the worlds of illusion and reality at the heart of the play: The young lovers inhabit a world of drugs, cars, MTV, and violence.
Trevor Nunn followed his notable television achievements—with Janet Suzman in Antony and Cleopatra first broadcast in and Judi Dench and McKellen in Macbeth first broadcast in —with a splendid Twelfth Night Shot in Cornwall, it enfolds the fragile world of Illyria within the nostalgic atmosphere of a Chekhovian comedy.
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A vicious adolescent who enjoys feeding mice to cats turns out to be the macabre Jacobean playwright John Webster. The second version, Titus, was offered by the theatrical director Taymor, who had staged the play Off-Broadway in Elsinore is a nearby luxury hotel.“A few times I drove up to Martha’s Vineyard with the Prestons on their family vacations, and the contrast between those trips and riding with .
Nevertheless, there is a general difference in emphasis between the two forms. Paraphrasing Markku Eskelinen's elegant formulation, we may say that with games the user interprets in order to configure, whereas in works whose primary interest is narrative, the user configures in order to interpret.
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