Onde quer que esteja no mundo, pode desfrutar do festival online BBC Shakespeare Lives, até ao final de setembro 2016.
Pode assistir aos destaques referidos e a muito mais, no website do festival, com co-curadoria da BBC e do British Council.
Nota: em língua inglesa.
The Shakespeare Lives team has commissioned a collection of thought-provoking essays by eminent writers from around the world - including US Secretary of State John Kerry and Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka - exploring Shakespeare’s relevance in contemporary society.
You can read the essays on our Living Shakespeare page.
Five of these essays have been commissioned into short films being shown on BBC World Service:
You can watch the films on the BBC Shakespeare Lives page.
Royal Shakespeare Company
David Tennant stars as the doomed Richard II in Greg Doran’s critically-acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company production, available for the first time online across the world.
TALKING ABOUT SHAKESPEARE
Through a mixture of new short films and the festival’s extensive archive top authors, actors, academics and thinkers including Stephen Fry, Germaine Greer and Dame Judi Dench explore Shakespeare, his works and his legacy.
SHAKESPEARE ON STAGE, SCREEN AND ELSEWHERE, WITH IAN MCKELLEN
British Film Institute
Sir Ian McKellen shares his unique insights into the problems and joys of interpreting Shakespeare for the theatre, television, radio and cinema.
Two of the greatest contemporary Hamlets, Simon Russell Beale and Adrian Lester discuss this most celebrated and challenging of roles. Their discussion of the Prince of Denmark fittingly takes place on Danish soil in the elegant surroundings of the ambassador’s residence in London. From Gielgud to Branagh, Olivier to Plummer, they explore the rich variety of approaches to a role to which so many actors aspire.
Set on a Peckham council estate, this short film, written and directed by Elliot Barnes Worrell celebrates Shakespeare’s timeless themes with a cast headed by Ralph Fiennes. Using only the words of Shakespeare, The Works explores the vast complexities that exist within a community of young Londoners who refuse to be defined by their circumstances.