Shakespeare Shorts | Julius Caesar
Television programme for schools featuring television actors not usually associated with Shakespeare in scenes from Julius Caesar. They use contemporary settings, which aim to illustrate the relevance of Shakespeare’s ideas today. Discussion of the motivation of the major character is supported by clips from past television and film productions, and followed by a full performance of the chosen scene. It takes a scene from Julius Caesar (Act 3, Scene 1) and sets it in a TV studio. Patrick Robinson plays Mark Antony and discusses his character.Tweet
Julius Caesar (1953)
Rome, 44 BC. Caesar's power has grown so great that even his allies in the senate plot his downfall. Classic Hollywood adaptation of William Shakespeare's play featuring Marlon Brando.
Shakespeare: The Animated Tales | Julius Caesar
This animated version of 'Julius Caesar' unfolds a compelling story of personal power versus the good of the state. Joss Ackland is the voice of Caesar, uttering perhaps the most famous Latin phrase, 'Et tu, Brute'.