Shakespeare Film Festival
A two week programme of iconic films and adaptations of Shakespeare's works with guest speakers talking about the dramatist's impact on cinema across the ages. In association with Stratford Picture House.
Patron: Sir Kenneth Branagh, Box Office: (Picture House): 0871 902 5741 (Shakespeare Centre) 01789 204016
6 October - Shakespeare Centre (evening)
Tempest (regional premier) Fifth Column Films - adaptation of The Tempest set in Oval, London
by invitation only.
12 October - Stratford Picture House (8pm)
The Taming of the Shrew (Burton/Taylor) with a pre-screening talk ' A Woman Scorned' - Shakespeare writing women. £15/£10
13 October - Stratford Picture House (11 am)
Kids Club screening of Gnomeo and Juliet with a short drama workshop
14 October - Stratford Picture House (7pm)
Othello (Olivier) with pre-screening talk 'The Leading Role' with Prof. Stanley wells in conversation with an actor. (£10/£7)
TBC 16 October - Stratford Picture House (8pm)
Caesar Must Die (Italian with English subtitles). Preview with pre-screening talk 'Shakespeare in Translation' (£10/£7)
18 October - Stratford Picture House (6pm)
Silent Shakespeare with musician accompaniment by Neil Brand. Followed by Prof Russell Jackson in conversation with Neil Brand.
19 October - Stratford Picture House (8pm)
Patrick Stewart in Macbeth (Goold/Stewart/Fleetwwood) with pre-screening taalk 'Madness and Marriage') (£15/£10)
20 October - Stratford Picture House (11 am)
Kids Club - The Lion King with animal puppet-making workshop
20 October - Stratford Picture House (8pm)
Much Ado About Nothing (Branagh) with pres-screening talk 'Shakespeare, Movies and Music' (£10/£7)
21 October - Henry V (7pm)
with Prof Russell Jackson in conversation with a special guest and a launch of the Shakespeare Short Film Competition.