Statement of responsibility: edited by Richard Burt and Lynda E. Boose
ISBN: 0203426185, 9780203426180
Includes bibliographical references (p. 304-322).
Filmography: (p. 323-328).
xi, 340 p. : ill.
Media studies; Films, cinema; Performing Arts.; Film history, theory & criticism; United Kingdom, Great Britain; Classic & pre-20th century plays; Cultural studies; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Film and video adaptations.; Literature: history & criticism; Literary studies: plays & playwrights
Electronic reproduction. Askews and Holts. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Also available in printed form ISBN 9780415282994
- Richard Burt and Lynda E. Boose, 'Introduction
- Shakespeare, the Movie, the Sequel (Editors Cut)
- Polarizing the Plays on Film, Television and DVD.' 1. Richard Burt, 'Shakespeare Goes Hollywood, II "Glo-cali-zation", Race, and the Small Screens of Post-Popular Culture" 2. Katherine Rowe, 'Remember me'
- Technologies of Memory in Michael Almereyda's Hamlet.' 3. Michael Anderegg, 'It's James Dean meets the Pirate's Daughter
- Some Uses and Abuses of Shakespeare in 1990s Films of Romeo and Juliet.' 4. Katherine Eggert, 'Sure Can Sing and Dance
- Minstrelsy, the Star System , and the Post-postcoloniality of Kenneth Branagh's Love's Labours Lostand Trevor Nunn's Twelfth Night.' 5. Barbara Hodgdon, 'Race-ing Othello, Re-Engendering White-Out, II.' 6. Peter S. Donaldson, 'Shakespeare in the Age of Post-Mechanical Reproduction
- Sexual and electronic magic in Prospero's Books.' 7. Diana Hemderson, 'A Shrewfor the Times Revisited.' 8. Laurie Osborne, 'Mixing Media and Animating Shakespeare.' 9. Douglas Lanier, 'Nostalgia and Theatricallity
- The Fate of the Shakespearean Stage in the Midsummer Nights Dreamsof Hoffman, Noble, and Edzard.' 10. James Loehin, "Top of the World, Ma
- Richard III and cinematic convention.' 11. Thomas Cartelli, 'Shakespeare and the Street
- Looking for Richard, The Street Kingand the Common Understanding.' 12. Sue Wiseman, 'The Family Tree Motel
- Subliming Shakespeare in My Own Private Idaho' 13. Donald Hedrick, 'War Is Mud
- Branagh's Dirty Harry V and the Types of Political Ambiguity.' 14. Courtney Lehmann, 'Out Damned Scot
- Dislocating Macbethin Transnational Film and Media Culture.' 15. Amy Scott-Douglas, 'Dogme Shakespeare 95
- European Cinema, Anti-Hollywood Sentiment, and the Bard.' 16. Richard Burt, 'Shakespeare and Asia in post-Disaporic Cinemas
- Spin-offs and Citations of the Plays from Bollywood to Hollywood.'