THE PROGRAM
Nebraska Shakespeare brings you films inspired by Shakespeare's life and plays. Following each film, a discussion covering the film and the interpretation of Shakespeare's texts is led by Vincent Carlson-Brown, NS Artistic Director and guest scholar, D. Scott Glasser, Professor and Artistic Director for UNO's Department of Theatre. The 2018 Shakespeare On The Silverscreen series will be presented at Aksarben Cinema (67th and Center).


THE FILM
Coriolanus (2011) | MPAA Rating - R | 123m
Famine is causing discontent in Rome. Coriolanus, a great soldier and a man of inflexible self-belief, despises the people. His extreme views ignite a riot which leaves Rome bloody. Out-maneuvered by politicians and even his own mother, Coriolanus is banished. He allies with a sworn enemy to take his revenge on the city.


THE PLAYERS
CREATIVE TEAM
Ralph Fiennes Director
William Shakespeare Writer (play)
John Logan Writer (screenplay)

SELECT CAST
Gerard Butler Tullus Aufidius
Ralph Fiennes Caius Martius Coriolanus
Lubna Azabal First Citizen (Tamora)
Ashraf Barhom Second Citizen (Cassius)
Brian Cox Menenius 
Vanessa Redgrave Volumnia 

FACTS AT A GLANCE:
WHAT:
Screening of the 2011 film, Coriolanus, directed by Ralph Fiennes with a discussion following.

WHERE:
Aksarben Cinema
2110 S 67th Street

WHEN:
Wednesday, February 21, at 6:00 PM

RUNTIME:
2 hours, 3 minutes

COST:
$10 per person.
A portion of proceeds support NE Shakespeare's year-round programming.

TICKETS:
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KID FRIENDLY?
This film is rated R, for its depiction of violence.

GET THE BEST EXPERIENCE:
Arrive a little early to get the best seats, stick around after for engaging discussion, and take advantage of Aksarben Cinema's delicious concessions!



MORE TO EXPLORE
THEATRICAL TRAILER
 DIRECTOR INTERVIEW