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Beckett on film : 19 films x 19 directors

Author: Samuel BeckettMichael ColganAlan MoloneyMichael Lindsay-HoggNeil JordanAll authors
Publisher: [Sandyford Dublin] : Blue Angel Films : Tyrone Productions ; [London] : [Distributed by] Clarence Pictures, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Widescreen versionView all editions and formats
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"The comprehensive cinematic interpretation of Beckett's plays."--Container.
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Genre/Form: Film adaptations
Short films
Feature films
Television adaptations
Named Person: Samuel Beckett; Samuel Beckett
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Beckett; Michael Colgan; Alan Moloney; Michael Lindsay-Hogg; Neil Jordan; Kieron J Walsh; Charles Sturridge; Larry Masterson; Pearse Lehane; Atom Egoyan; Damien O'Donnell; Walter D Asmus; John Crowley; Karel Reisz; Patricia Rozema; David Mamet; Katie Mitchell; Damien Hirst; Conor McPherson; Enda Hughes; Robin Lefèvre; Anthony Minghella; Richard Eyre; Blue Angel Films (Dublin, Ireland); Tyrone Productions.; Raidió Teilifís Éireann.; Channel Four (Great Britain); Bord Scannán na hÉireann.; Clarence Pictures.
OCLC Number: 51782629
Notes: Title from container.
Originally produced in 2000 for the Beckett on Film project by Michael Colgan and Alan Maloney of Blue Angel Films. Funded by Radio Telefís Éireann, Channel 4, Bord Scannán na hÉireann and Tyrone Productions.
"Beckett on Film was the brainchild of Michael Colgan, the artistic director of the Gate Theatre, Dublin. All the films in the series are produced by Michael Colgan and Alan Maloney for RTÉ, Channel 4 and the Irish Film Board"--Beckett On Film website.
"In 1998, with Alan Moloney, [Michael Colgan] formed Blue Angel Films specifically to produce the Beckett on Film Project."--Beckett On Film website.
Special features: stills gallery; interviews with John Crowley, John Hurt, Richard Eyre, Charles Garrad, Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Enda Hughes, Neil Jordan, Anthony Minghella, Patricia Rozema, Charles Sturridge, Kieron J. Walsh.
Credits: Produced by Michael Colgan & Alan Moloney.
Cast: Stephen Brennan, Barry McGovern, Sam McGovern, Johnny Murphy, Alan Stanford, Julianne Moore, David Kelly, Milo O'Shea, Jeremy Irons, John Hurt, Sean McGinley, Gary Lewis, Susan FitzGeral, Joan O'Hara, Paola Dionisotti, Anna Massey, Sian Phillips, Sean Foley, Rosaleen Linehan, Richard Johnson, Harold Pinter, Rebecca Pidgeon, John Gielgud, Jim Norton, Timothy Spall, Hugh B. O'Brien, Keith Allen, Niall Buggy, Michael Gambon, David Thewlis, Charles Simon, Jean Anderson, Pat Kinevane, Marcello Magni, Stephen Brennan, Alan Rickman, Kristin Scott-Thomas, Juliet Stephenson, Penelope Wilton.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: Not rated; exempt from classification.
Description: 4 videodiscs (10 hr., 47 min.) : sound, color, black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (39 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm)
Details: DVD, Dolby digital stereo.
Contents: [disc 1.] Waiting for Godot / director, Michael Lindsay-Hogg (Written in French in 1949. Filmed in Monaghan Dec. 2000) (120 min.) --
Not I / director, Neil Jordan (Written in Engish in 1972. Filmed in Shepperton Studios Feb. 2000) (14 min.) --
Rough for theatre I / director, Kieron J. Walsh (Written in French in the 1950's. Filmed in Dublin June 2000) (20 min.) --
Ohio impromptu / director, Charles Sturridge (Written in English 1980. Filmed in Ardmore Studios June 2000) (12 min.) --
Documentary / producer, Larry Masterson ; director, Pearse Lehane (52 min.). [disc 2.] Krapp's last tape / director, Atom Egoyan (Written in English in 1958. Filmed in Ardmore Studios April 2000) (58 min.) --
What where / director, Damien O'Donnell (Written in French in 1983. Filmed in Ardmore Studios Dec. 1999) (12 min.) --
Footfalls / director, Walter Asmus (Written in English between March and Dec. 1975. Filmed in Ardmore Studios April 2000) (28 min.) --
Come and go / director, John Crowley (Written in English 1965. Filmed in Ardmore Studios Dec. 2000) (8 min.) --
Act without words I / director, Karel Reisz (Written in French in 1956. Filmed in Ardmore Studios April 2000) (16 min.). [disc 3.] Happy days / director, Patricia Rozema (Written in English in 1960. Filmed in Tenerife June 2000) (79 min.) --
Catastrophe / director, David Mamet (Written in French in 1982. Translated and staged in English in 1983. Filmed on location in Wilton's Music Hall, London March 2000) (7 min.) --
Rough for theatre II / director, Katie Mitchell (Written in French in the 1950's. Filmed in Ardmore Studios June 2000) (30 min.) --
Breath / director, Damien Hirst (Written in 1956. Filmed in Ardmore Studios Feb. 2000) (1 min.) --
That time / director, Charles Garrad (Written in English between 1974 and 1975. Filmed in Ardmore Studios Dec. 2000) (20 min.). [disc 4] Endgame / director, Conor McPherson (Written in French 1956. Translated to English in 1957. Filmed in Ardmore Studios Feb. 2000) (84 min.) --
Act without words II / director, Enda Hughes (Written in French in 1956. Filmed in Ardmore Studios June 2000) (11 min.) --
A piece of monologue / director, Robin Lefèvre (Written in English in the late 1970's. Filmed in Ardmore Studios May 2000) (20 min.) --
Play / director, Anthony Minghella (Written in English Dec. 1962. Filmed in Pinewood Studios May 2000) (15 min.) --
Rockaby / director, Richard Eyre (Written in English in 1980. Filmed in Ardmore Studios June 2000) (14 min.).
Responsibility: Blue Angel Films ; Tyrone Productions ; produced by Michael Colgan & Alan Moloney.
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