Shakespeare's mistreated heroines answer back!
Theatre Royal Bath Engage and Screenology Film School present Thy Name Is Woman; a series of 12 short contemporary adaptations of some of Shakespeare's most famous (and ill-fated) heroines - and the scenes that defined them. Here, we say what might have happened after the curtain fell....
The project was conceived by Phillip Perry and Joe Spurgeon, the scripts were written by Bea Roberts, Samuel E Taylor, John Lomas, Debbie Beale, Julie Green, Dom McDonald, Katherine Mitchell and Clare Reddaway.
All films were shot on set at The Bottle Yard Studios, Bristol.
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Tom loves to support people in uncovering and showing off their particularly brand of brilliance. He does this as a filmmaker, creative coach and founder of Screenology, Bristol's innovative Creative Filmmaking Degree programme.
My love of acting is grounded in a fascination with people and the human condition. I love playing roles that are very unlike me. Most of my experience is in theatre but I've done one film with Screenology and am VERY keen to do more!
I am an experienced, easy to work with and versatile actor, capable of taking on a wide variety of characters and styles. I am always keen to hear from people embarking on creative projects - so let me know if I can be of help on yours.
22-year-old film maker, originally from Harrogate (that's near Leeds). I've already got two RTS awards under my belt, one of them specifically for editing. Currently living in South London, but available to travel!
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