Paul Loosley’s Oscar and George on FilmSeptember 17, 2011
September 17, 2011 during 12:00 pm
Join Paul Loosley, Director of Axis Films and an accessory highbrow during Limkokwing University as he examines dual good works by dual really opposite Irish playwrights, George Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde. Both were Dublin-born, a small some-more than a year apart, and while both had many to contend about society, were used their conspicuous essay skills to contend utterly dramatically opposite things in utterly contrastingly opposite ways.
By examining their work, a assembly is means to improved know these dual rarely intelligent and artistic individuals, and also conclude a messages that they were perplexing to communicate by their works. This array of film screenings will take place during 8:30 pm, on 18th and 25th Sep 2011, both during Indicine, klpac. Admission is giveaway and is a seating arrangement.
The cinema that will be screened are as follows:
18th Sep 2011: George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion
In, surely, his many famous play, Shaw demonstrates that accent, appearance and legacy do not pledge inherited comprehension nor dignified standards or any other fascinating tellurian value. Class, even education, is an illusion. The waggish and inventive use of denunciation has never been surpassed in a entertainment or on a screen. In this 1938 film Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins punch brilliantly some-more as a complicated 1930’s integrate rather than a Edwardian span of a strange play. Shaw combined new scenes and oversaw a whole production. And, as a result, a screenplay won an Academy Award many to Shaw’s bafflement. Starring Leslie Howard (who also co-directed) and Wendy Hiller.
25th Sep 2011: Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband
This was Oscar’s penultimate play. A story of aromatic letters, stolen bracelets, past indiscretions and undisguised extort set among London’s eminent classes. With some of Oscar’s wittiest repartee; in sold a line that could substantially sum adult Wilde’s possess character: “To adore oneself is a commencement of a lifelong romance”. This charming 1999 film version, destined by Oliver Parker, has a shining expel who simply brush by a bourgeois luxury of Victorian top category life. The stiff shirt fronts, a wealthy gowns and a plenitude of décolletages ideally reconstruct a decline anyone would envy. Starring Rupert Everett and Cate Blanchett.
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