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TOPIC: Tales From Shakespeare & Postscripts Film (in production)

Tales From Shakespeare & Postscripts Film (in production) 11 months 5 days ago #7358

  • Nathaniel Scott
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I'm with a micro-budget company making an ultra-micro budget film!
Despite our budget- the opportunity to play Ophelia, Mac, Hamlet, Lady M, Helena, Hermia, and dozens of other characters of note brought our almost hundreds of New England actors as well as some from throughout the US wanting to fly in to be involved. Meaning we have a production with fantastic actors, and a talented team of film-makers.
And "Tales From Shakespeare & Postscripts" is what drew us all together!
A total of 16-19 vignettes (some are hard to classify as a single or separate) pulled from
Romeo & Juliet
Winter's Tale
Much Ado
Twelfth Night

Some represent the tiniest moment that has caught my attention through the years, while some are broader explorations of character and relationship.

While I am a life-long lover of theater, I believe film gives us the opportunity to come somewhat closer to the experience of sharing the stage with masterful actors that truly inhabit the world they are presenting. It makes the experience of story telling more intimate and more human (all of the tiny ridiculous and sublime moments that being human represents).

Our project needs help and attention at [url=http://][/url]

If the project I described sounds like something you would pay to go see, please consider donating $30 and you'll get just that opportunity. If it sounds like something you want to make sure comes into the world with the quality it should, please consider donating more.

More details about our project are at [url=http://][/url] and you can follow news about the development of the project as we go at [url=http://][/url]!

Thank you so much!
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