Screenings are held in a tent designed especially for this occasion at each venue. Each day, the 22 etudes will be shown continuously, meaning that festival-goers can enjoy the Shakespeare marathon for more than 11 hours a day. Anyone can join these screenings at any time to watch one or more films and they can return throughout the event if they’d like to. Feel free to join! As the Web Theatre slogan says:
Shakespeare/37 – Montague and Capulet (directed by László Magács) was the winner of Best TV Series. The award was received by Natália Meister, the series’ cinematographer, at the award ceremony in Veszprém
Interview on index.hu with László Magács and Natália Meister
Interview on film.hu with the creators of Shakespeare/37
The first season of the Shakespeare 37 web theatre series has been a great success. Szonja Oroszlán was interviewed about the sequel in RTL’s morning talk show.
Review of the first three episodes on Szinhaz.net
“The creative team of WebTheatre was looking for a project that would attract the attention of both Hungarian and international audiences, that is why they chose William Shakespeare: in the new series, which will be launched in April, they will bring his works to the audience. The web series will cover the author’s entire dramatic oeuvre, all of his 37 plays.”
WebTheatre is launching a new online series, Shakespeare/37, which offers new context for all of Shakespeare’s plays – but with a very special cinematography, inspired by the avant-garde Dogma movies.