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Drama, War Films
This innovative, visually stunning and violent adaptation of Shakespeare’s masterpiece tells the story of a duke of Scotland who murderously ascends the throne after receiving a prophecy from three witches, before being brought down by ambition and paranoia. Enlivened by charismatic performances and a pulsating soundtrack, the film takes in many of the play’s themes of desire, corruption and betrayal making them both fresh and relevant. Whether on the foggy Highland battlefields or inside the claustrophobic halls of the palace the film is brooding, earthy, and atmospheric. Largely faithful to the text and language, this hyperbolic new version is also intensely cinematic, confident enough to be bold and distinctive.
A teaching resource to support Secondary students' exploration of careers in the film industry.
An English language and literature resource to help young people further engage with this classic text. Also available in Welsh.
A film guide that looks at Macbeth (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Explore Shakespeare's tragedies through the medium of film - from silent cinema through to the latest adaptation of Macbeth.
A modern-dress adaptation of Shakespeare's play shot over 12 days, with a cast all linked to his previous work.
14+ years 104 mins
Charlotte Bronte's much-filmed 1847 novel is reinvigorated for a new generation in this brooding period romance.
11+ years 118 mins
The "Scottish Play" becomes a Japanese film as Shakespeare's drama of murderous ambition, Macbeth, is adapted by master director Akira Kurosawa.
14+ years 105 mins
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We're incredibly pleased to present the winning entry in our recent Macbeth filmmaking competition. And the winner is...
Reading time 3 mins
We take a look at the new dramatisation of Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth, and explore "The Scottish Play" on screen.
Reading time 7 mins
Director Justin Kurzel spoke to reporter Ciara about his adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth, discussing the sound design and filming on location in Scotland.
Viewing time 2 mins
Golden Globe Award-winner Sir Ian McKellen talks Shakespeare on Screen in support of the BFI theme
Reading time 5 mins
We're celebrating the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death through events, screenings, resources, and more.
A selection of films exploring Scotland's rich film history and culture.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films16
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