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Thursday, December 16, 2021

‘Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ to Be Performed “Live” and Then Edited Into a Feature Film

Here’s a truly unique experiment in filmmaking that is changing the entire experience. Hope Dickson Leach (The Levelling) is directing a hybrid adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s iconic novella The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, which will be performed live and then streamed to selected Scottish cinemas before being edited together into a feature film.

“The adaptation will kick off as a theatrical live experience, where audiences will enter a live film set built within the atmospheric setting of Edinburgh’s historic Leith Theatre, over Feb. 25, 26 and 27, 2022,” Deadline explains. “Following the final performance on Feb. 27, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde will be live-streamed to selected Scottish cinemas.”

Furthermore, the footage captured during the performances will subsequently be edited into a full feature film, which will be broadcast on Sky Arts in the fall of 2023, adds the site.

“Leach and co-writer Vlad Butucea have transposed the story from London to Victorian Edinburgh. The story follows Gabriel Utterson as he enters a world of dark duplicity to uncover the identity of the mysterious Mr. Hyde and the hold he has over Utterson’s old friend Dr Jekyll.”

The film will be shot in black and white by David Liddell and both the film and live event will feature new electronic music by DJ and music producer Hudson Mohawke. Casting to be announced soon.

Full details here.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3696222/dr-jekyll-mr-hyde-performed-live-edited-feature-film/

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