|aScreening Shakespeare in the twenty-first century /|cedited by Mark Thornton Burnett and Ramona Wray.
|aEdinburgh :|bEdinburgh University Press,|cc2006.
|aiv, 218 p. :|c24 cm.
|a"Early versions of some of these chapters were given as papers at the Newcastle-upon-Tyne meeting of the British Shakespeare Association" -- Acknowledgements.
|t'If I'm right' : Michael Wood's In search of Shakespeare / |r Richard Dutton -- |t 'I see my father' in 'my mind's eye' : surveillance and the filmic Hamlet / |r Mark Thornton Burnett -- |t Backstage pass(ing) : Stage beauty, Othello and the make-up of race / |r Richard Burt -- |g The |t postnostalgic Renaissance : the 'place' of Liverpool in Don Boyd's My kingdom / |r Courtney Lehmann -- |t Our Shakespeares : British television and the strains of multiculturalism / |r Susanne Greenhalgh, Robert Shaughnessy -- |t Looking for Shylock : Stephen Greenblatt, Michael Radford and Al Pacino / |r Samuel Crowl -- |t Speaking Ma?ori Shakespeare : The Maori merchant of Venice and the legacy of colonisation / |r Catherine Silverstone -- |t 'Into a thousand parts divide one man' : dehumanised metafiction and fragmented documentary in Peter Babakitis' Henry V / |r Sarah Hatchuel -- |t Screening the McShakespeare in post-millennial Shakespeare cinema / |r Carolyn Jess-Cooke -- |t Shakespeare and the singletons, or, Beatrice meets Bridget Jones : post-feminism, popular culture and 'Shakespea(re)-told' / |r Ramona Wray.
|aShakespeare, William,|d1564-1616|vFilm and video adaptations|vCongresses.
|aEnglish drama|vFilm and video adaptations|vCongresses.
|aFilm adaptations|xHistory and criticism|vCongresses.