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From the early days of cinema, filmmakers have explored and adapted the works of playwright William Shakespeare. This selection of adaptations, which includes a silent reworking of The Taming of the Shrew and a cut-out parody of Hamlet, can be an accessible way to introduce or reframe his work to young people.
Taming of the Shrew (suitable for pupils aged 11+)
Silent film adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy about a headstrong noble woman who finally meets her match.
Oh'phelia a Cartoon Burlesque (suitable for pupils aged 11+)
Archive cut-out animation that parodies the characters of Hamlet to tell an amusing version of the age-old Shakespeare classic.
Hamlet (suitable for pupils aged 14+)
Archive piece which exhibits fragments of an Italian production of Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’.
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