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In this series, we document the results as schools around the country respond to a BBC challenge to create a 60-second version of Shakespeare.
This programme takes us to Hull, where a group of teachers are learning a range of digital media, film and audio production skills.
The workshop teaches the group skills including writing storyboards, filming and editing stories, all of which can be taken back into the classroom.
Armed with free downloaded software, the teachers divide into two groups; one working on a new version of Macbeth and another on Romeo and Juliet.
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Part of the series: Shakespeare Shorts