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TMW Media Group, 1981, 2 hours 12 minutes
Director: Arthur Allan Seidelman
Performers: Jeremy Brett, Piper Laurie, Simon MacCorkindale, Richard Alfieri, Barry Primus, Millie Perkins, Alan Oppenheimer, Franklyn Seales, Jay Robinson, Brad David, Nomi Mitty, Maria Mayenzet, Eugenia Wright, Johnny Crawford, Stanley Waxman, Alan Mandell, Phillip Persons, Robert Aberdeen, Fredric Cook, Tim Prager, John Papais, Douglas Kaback, Julie Burger, Gary Bisig, Daniel Fortus, Jim Piper, Ron Asher, Michael Augenstein, Elliot Jaffe, Jamie Bozian, David Hirokane, Shawn Lieber
Bullfrog Films, 2003, 52 minutes
This is part of an ongoing series of video guides to the Shakespeare plays most frequently taught in high school and college. In each video actors tell the story of a specific play, act key scenes and, in asides to the camera, explain and comment on the attitudes and relationships of the main characters.
Contemporary Arts Media, 2004, 36 minutes
Director: Gavin Quinn
"Dublin theatre company Pan Pan presents an unashamedly postcolonial interpretation of Macbeth. Mac-Beth 7 is a contemporary performance for theatre with a cast of actors, opera singers, a contemporary dancer and an eight-year-old girl. There are three elements that are intertwined in Mac-Beth 7: Opera, Shakespeare & live contemporary performance. The music is original and composed by a young Irish contemporary classical composer, Andrew Synnott."
Call Number: UCF Main Library DVD Collection -- PN1997.M3322 2012
a Republic picture ; Charles K. Feldman presents a Mercury production by Orson Welles. Originally released as a motion picture in 1948.
Performers: Orson Welles, Jeanette Nolan, Roddy McDowall, Dan O'Herlihy, Edgar Barrier, Alan Napier check availability
Kumonosujō : Throne of blood (Spider's web castle)
Call Number: UCF Main Library DVD Collection -- PN1997.K84 2002
Criterion Collection, 2003.
"Adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth, set in feudal Japan. Tells the story of a Samurai lord who kills his master and usurps his power in fulfillment of a witch's prophecy."
Janus Films ; Tōhō Kabushiki Kaisha ; producers, Kurowasa Akira, Motoki Sojiro ; screenplay, Oguni Hideo ... [et al.] ; director, Kurosawa Akira.
Performers: Toshirō Mifune, Isuzu Yamada , Akira Kubo, Minoru Chiaki, Takashi Shimura, Chieko Naniwa. Mifune Toshirō, Yamada Isuzu, Kubo Akira and others. 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
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection -- PR2823.W48 1996
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-- Presents concise, easy-to-understand biographical, critical, and bibliographical information on a specific literary work -- Provides multiple sources for book reports and term papers with a wealth of information on literary works, authors, and major characters -- Digests of critical extracts prefaced by headnotes check availability of print copy
Films For The Humanities & Sciences, 2005, 31 minutes
Featured Speakers: Gareth Evans, Gary Newman, Eli Griffith, Graham Fox, Tricia Bianca, Joan Chapman, Jean Twine, Evan Proud, Craig O'Donnell, Craig Griffith, Jacqui Cousins, Van Dor Legge, John Davies; Polly Kilpatrick, Meic Corcoran, Horace Walby, Nigel Hinton
Films For The Humanities & Sciences, 1997, 32 minutes
Featured Speakers: Professor Stanley Wells, Doctor Robert Smallwood, Graham McTavish, John Corvin, Hildegarde Neil, Iain Stuart Robertson, Jason Connery, Helen Baxendale, Kenneth Bryans, Ross Dunsmore