Love: As You Like It & Dante's Hamlet + Man at the Door STIFF 2013
Monday, May 6, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Directed by Babetta Kelly
Runtime 16 minutes
Spurred on by his English teacher's classroom discussions about Hamlet's inability to take revenge, Dante goes to confront the man who killed his brother.
Man at the Door
Directed by Alan Arrivée
Runtime 30 minutes
A recently separated middle-class white woman goes downstairs to her apartment lobby and finds an "illegal" Mexican laborer at her doorstep, bleeding from a stab wound and begging to be let in. The decision she makes forces her to face the dangers of the city and its seemingly alien inhabitants.
Love: As You Like It
Directed by Marika Sonja Cotter
Runtime 60 minutes
Filmmaker Expected to Attend
LOVE: AS YOU LIKE IT is a true independent film. This “no-budget” passion project features a diverse and talented cast, Shakespeare’s original language and a unique overall vision that incorporates both super 8mm film and digital video. A wild ride through San Francisco as a dynamic group of characters struggle with what it means to love, and to be loved.
This is not Shakespeare at its "finest"; this is Shakespeare the way its meant to be – bold, brave and brassy