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Comedy, Coming of Age, Drama
Bringing Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew to a setting in an American high school, this fast-paced and very funny film brilliantly combines the Bard's dialogue with modern teenage anxieties. When new boy Cameron arrives at Padua High School, he instantly falls for Bianca Stratford - but his hopes of winning her heart take a tumble when he discovers Bianca will never be allowed to date by her father, at least until her rebellious older sister Kat has done so first. And so, without her even knowing it, the search for a suitable boyfriend for Kat begins.
A film guide that looks at 10 Things I Hate About You (1999), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at Pitch Perfect 2, exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A resource for secondary students to explore early silent films and contemporary adaptations inspired by Shakespeare rom-coms.
A film guide that looks at She's The Man (2006), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at The Way He Looks (2014), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Engrossing tragi-comedy centring on the friendship between two street drifters, a troubled gay youth in love with a rebellious rich kid.
16+ years 100 mins
Jane Austen's comedy of manners Emma gets a valley girl update as Alicia Silverstone's so-not-an-airhead struggles with love and life.
11+ years 93 mins
Loud and colourful adaptation of Shakespeare's classic play about two star-crossed lovers from bitterly feuding families.
11+ years 115 mins
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Shakespeare's plays lend themselves brilliantly to film adaptations - but what sort of films might The Bard be making himself if were alive in 2017?
Reading time 8 mins
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