Film #1: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

And for movie number one, we have…

Of course, the one on our actual list is the 1968 Peter Hall version, but there’s some trouble about getting access to it. This one is more readily available, and you can always check out the Fae Awareness Dropbox, where you might find something like it. Several versions, even!

(US folks with Netflix subscriptions: the Peter Hall one is instant streaming!)

Tomorrow, our posts begin with Sam Kelly’s discussion of these Shakespearean fae folk. But don’t worry, we’ll invite them back for Midsummer, too.

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Mark S. Deniz
    Jun 02, 2011 @ 07:58:25

    Forgot to say yesterday that if you’re interested in either the 1935 version, the 1981 BBC version or the 1999 version (or, hell, all three!) then just make sure you have a Dropbox account: http://db.tt/x7Ir0U1

    And then contact me on mark[dot]deniz[at]gmail[dot]com and I’ll get you into to the folder you require. Or comment here with your mail address and I’ll make sure to add you!

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