Shakespeare's Macbeth and Kurosawa's Tub of Bloodstream Essay
Throne of Blood, the 1957 filmed translation of Macbeth by William Shakespeare, was made in Japan, drafted in Japanese by Shinobu Hashimoto, Ryuzo Kikushima, Akira Kurosowa and Hideo Oguni and directed by Akira Kurosawa. It has many times been called an adaptation of Macbeth, however it is certainly not. As storytellers have done seeing that time started, Kurosawa got a story to make it his own: translating a enjoy text into another moderate; a separate establishing; a varying..
Akira Kurosawa An Auteur Film Studies Essay
Since the term 'auteur' was applied to film directors by the cahiers du movie theater journal in the 1950s, there has been much debate by film-makers and critics in regards to what makes an auteur and how accurate the word is when put on some directors. Federico Fellini, in a 1966 interview, said that Akira Kurosawa was 'the biggest living example of what an writer of cinema should be'(Cardullo, 2006, p. 49) and in this essay I would like to explore the exactness of this affirmation..