“LAST WILL. & TESTAMENT” WHO WROTE THE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE? THIS NEW FILM SEEKS TO UNCOVER THE TRUTH Available on DVD from PBS Distribution October 15th Arlington, Va. – September XX, 2013 – PBS Distribution today announced it is ...Read More »
Learn about the Shakespeare Authorship Question. Watch the fascinating short trailer for the new documentary: Last Will. and Testament. Well worth watching. Click on this link and learn about the greatest whodunit in history. http://www.hulu.com/watch/409868Read More »
From The “In Case You Missed It” Department: Anonymous Screenwriter John Orloff Answers Critics In The Guardian
This appeared several weeks ago. In case you missed it … or in case you want to review again … well worth reading. Here’s the link followed by a few paragraphs. http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/oct/27/shakespeare-scholars-authorship-plays-anonymous?intcmp=239 Our film Anonymous asks viewers to think for ...Read More »
And Now For Something Completely Different — The New Yorker Publishes Eric Idle’s Funny (If Misguided) Take On The Authorship Question.
Shouts & Murmurs Who Wrote Shakespeare? by Eric Idle* November 21, 2011 While it is perfectly obvious to everyone that Ben Jonson wrote all of Shakespeare’s plays, it is less known that Ben Jonson’s plays were written by a teen-age ...Read More »
In case you missed John Orloff’s thoughtful response to Professor James Shapiro’s New York Times op-ed piece. Orloff’s response highlights one of the perennial orthodox attacks against the Oxford theory — which Professor Shapiro employs in his New York Times ...Read More »
SOS-SF Joint Shakespeare Authorship Conference October 13-16, 2011 In Washington DC. Registration Form Now Available
The Shakespeare Oxford Society and The Shakespeare Fellowship Society Present The Washington DC Joint Authorship Conference October 13, 14, 15, and 16, 2011 in Washington, D.C. A tour of the Folger Shakespeare Library has been scheduled for October 14. The ...Read More »
Mark Rylance Speaks Out! Why It Matters To Him Who Wrote The Works of Shakespeare — Says It’s “An Absolute Crime” That People Are Being Taught The Works Were An “Impersonal Literary Exercise”
Many thanks to Ted Alexander for posting the text of Mark Rylance’s remarks on Phaeton. Rylance, currently starring in “Jerusalem” on Broadway, was speaking at a press conference on April 29, 2010, at Babelsberg Studios, Berlin, regarding the movie ‘Anonymous’ ...Read More »
Media Contact: Matthew Cossolotto Vice President, Communications and Outreach Shakespeare Oxford Society 914-245-9721 Matthew.Cossolotto@gmail.com Pointing to the scheduled Sony Pictures release this September of Anonymous, a major motion picture that challenges the traditional Shakespeare authorship theory, the Shakespeare Oxford Society ...Read More »
The Shakespeare Identity Crisis! Sony Pictures Launches Trailer for Anonymous — Release Scheduled for September 30th.
Tantalizing trailer for Anonymous. Check it out. Sir Derek Jacobi narrates. Great visuals. The costumes, scenes of The Globe, London, interior shots … all visually appealing. Looks like a quality production. Very dramatic and compelling. This intriguing question is posed: ...Read More »
I just happened across these short video clips today. They’re about a year old but if you haven’t seen these yet they’re worth watching. The first one is Mark Rylance talking about his love of the Shakespeare plays and poems ...Read More »