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Un progetto formativo di Alternanza Scuola-Lavoro in collaborazione con Cineforum Labirinto

Romeo and Juliet

If destiny is against us, so much the worse! Although death wants to put an end to a passionate love story, for Romeo and Juliet it actually becomes the seal of their eternal love....

Shakespeare in Love

Shakespeare in Love is a romantic comedy written by Marc Norman, directed by John Madden and released in 1998. The main characters are interpreted by Joseph Fiennes and Gwyneth Paltrow, in the roles of...

Macbeth

Roman Polanski’s Macbeth is a cinematographic take on one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays. It was written between 1603 and 1607, in a period in which tragedies were chiefly based on such great universal...

The Tempest

Among the different cinematographic versions of various Shakespearean masterpieces, there is one that stands out for its unique features: The Tempest, directed by Julie Taymor. What is innovative about this film is that the...

La Celestina

Si quieres descubrir la literatura medieval española, no te puedes perder la lectura de la tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea, es decir La Celestina. Redactada por Fernando de Rojas en 1499, es una de las...

“Ho letto il libro, ho visto il film”: l’alternanza scuola-lavoro con NonSoloCinema e Cineforum...

In occasione dei progetti formativi di Alternanza Scuola-Lavoro, NonSoloCinema, in collaborazione con l’associazione Cineforum Labirinto, ospita l’esperienza Ho letto il libro, ho visto il film. I protagonisti del progetto sono una classe, la 3ªf del...

Hamlet

If you’re looking for a film that goes deep into every facet of human psychology, Hamlet by Campbell Scott and Eric Simonson is a great pick for you. The film based on the Shakespearean tragedy...

Othello

Shakespearean plays can boast of having a large number of cinematographic adaptations. Some are older, some more modern. For instance, this version of Othello by Oliver Parker dates back to 1995, but it is...

The Taming of the Shrew

The Taming of the Shrew is a comedy directed by Franco Zeffirelli, released in 1967 and starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton as protagonists. It is based on the Shakespearean romantic comedy of the...

To Kill a Mockingbird

This magnificent novel and literary masterpiece was written in 1960 by Harper Lee and is set in Maycomb, Alabama. The story develops between the fifth and the ninth birthdays of the protagonist, Scout, who lives...