TMW Media Group, 1983, 2 hours 8 minutes
Director: William Woodman
Performers: Duane Black, Edward Edwards, Roberta Farkas, Nicholas Hammond, William Hootkins, Kay E. Kuter, Ron Palillo, Ted Sorel, J. E. Taylor, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Hector Elias, David Graf, William Bassett, Mark Pinter, Callan White, Gina Friedlander
Derek Jarman's Adaptation of Shakespeare's The Tempest
Call Number: UCF Main Library DVD Collection - 3rd Floor -- PN1997.A1D47 2008
Originally produced as motion picture in 1979.
Director: Derek Jarman
Performers: Peter Bull, David Meyer, Neil Cunningham, Heathcote Williams, Toyah Willcox, Richard Warwick, Karl Johnson, Jack Birkett, Christopher Biggins, Peter Turner, Ken Campbell, Elisabeth Welch. check availability
Shakespeare: The Animated Tales
Call Number: UCF CMC DVD Collection -- DVD 822.33Sha
"Series produced in Russia and Wales. Christmas Films with S4C in association with BBC Wales, Home Box Office and Fujisankei."
Disc 1: Tempest / directed by Stanislav Sokolov (25 min.) -- Midsummer night's dream / directed, designed and animated by Robert Saakiants (25 min.)-- As you like it / directed by Alexei Karayev (25 min.) -- Disc 2: Hamlet / directed by Natalia Orlova (25 min.) -- Julius Caesar / directed by Yuri Kulakov -- Richard III / directed by Natasha Orlova (25 min.) -- Disc 3: Romeo and Juliet / directed by Efim Gambourg (25 min.) -- Othello / directed and designed by Nikolai Serebriakov (25 min.) -- Winter's tale / directed by Stanislav Sokolov (25 mn.) -- Disc 4: Macbeth / directed by Nikolai Serebriakov (25 min.) -- Taming of the shrew / directed by Aida Ziablikova (25 min.) -- Twelfth night / directed by Maria Muat (25 min.).
Featuring the voice talents of Antony Sher, Joss Ackland, Jenny Agutter, with others. check availability
Shakespeare Uncovered, Series I, 2013, 53 minutes
"Trevor Nunn, the legendary director who has helmed 30 of Shakespeare's 37 plays - and aims to complete them all before he retires - takes us through the magical and mysterious world created in the playwright's last complete work."
TV/UK Department of Education, 2006, 16 minutes
"RSC Learning Network teacher Jude Graham uses drama strategies to compare the character of Prospero in the two key scenes of the Tempest. She starts with a game of wink murder in which the students 'die' reciting some of Prospero's lines. Focussing on the opening of Act 5, scene 1, students collectively read out the text using the rhythm of the iambic pentameter. By pinpointing areas of the text where the rhythm breaks down, the class are able to identify the exact moment where Prospero undergoes a change of heart."
Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2007, 15 minutes
"It's The Tempest but not as we know it. Year 9 students at The Bolsover School use rap, break dancing and Gamelan music to tell their own version of Shakespeare's play. Between extracts of the show, break dancer and rapper Charlie takes us through the rehearsals and classroom preparations."