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Shakespeare on Screen

Film London's Shakespeare on Screen programme was part of the Shakespeare400 celebrations, and featured screenings, touring programmes, talks and new Shakespeare-inspired productions including feature films, shorts and artists’ commissions. We were proud to have Sir Kenneth Branagh as our patron for the Shakespeare on Screen season.


Shakespeare on Film in London
Film Hub London is running a season of Shakespeare films and events. With classics, talks, silent films, Samurai and Bollywood, there is something for everyone.

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Shakespeare on Film around the UK
Film Hub London are leading the BFI Film Audience Network Shakespeare on Film season, with film events taking place around the UK. Find out what's on.

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All the World's a Screen
Co-produced by Adrian Wootton, Film London's CEO, this BBC Arena documentary looks at the complex history and cultural achievements of Shakespeare on film.

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Shakespeare in London map
Discover the London locations used in Shakespeare in Love, Richard III, As You Like It and Doctor Who, and find out where Shakespeare lived and worked.

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Wyrdoes


Shakespeare's Sister
Addressing gender disparity in the film industry, two films with female creative teams based on Shakespeare plays were supported by Film London.

 



Still Shakespeare
An exciting new series of experimental animation commissions from artist filmmakers, inspired by Shakespeaare

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Kenneth Branagh Q&A
This special screening of Henry V, plus a Kenneth Branagh Q&A hosted by Film London CEO Adrian Wootton, was beamed live to 60+ cinemas across the UK.

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Shakespeare, London and film
"Shakespeare may have been a man of the theatre, but his work offers endless possibilities to filmmakers." Adrian Wootton talks about the relationship between Shakespeare and film. 

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The Hungry
Produced through Microwave, this UK-India co-production is a contemporary retelling of Titus Andronicus, set in the extravagant surroundings of an Indian wedding.

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Film London's Shakespeare on Screen is part of the Shakespeare400 consortium celebrating Shakespeare's quatercentenary year. Shakespeare400 is coordinated by King's College London.

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