Oscar Wilde’s “The Nightingale And The Rose”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Trailer By Del Kathryn Barton And Brendan Fletcher (2015)

“The Nightingale And The Rose” is an Animated Cinematic Poem Short Film Trailer of Oscar Wilde’s Fairy Tale Short Story Directed by Del Kathryn Barton and Brendan Fletcher.

Directed and Written by: Del Kathryn Barton & Brendan Fletcher

Original Musical Score by:  Sarah Blasko

Cinematography by:  Benjamin Shirley

Edited by:  Mark Bennett

Oscar Wilde's The Nightingale and the Rose Cinematic Poem Short Film Trailer Directed by Del Kathryn Barton and Brendan Fletcher

Voices:  Mia Wasikowska (“Nightingale”), Geoffrey Rush (“Oak Tree”), Benedict Samuel (“Student”), David Wenham (“Red Rose”), Sophie Lowe (“Professor’s Daughter”) and Joshua Brennan (“Green Lizard”)

Production Company:  Aquarius Films

Produced by:  Angie Fielder and Brendan Fletcher

Sound Design and Editing:  William Ward

Art Direction:  Liz Ellis

Animation by:  Chris Breeze, David Edwards, Liz Ellis and Richard Swan

“Published in 1888 as part of The Happy Prince and Other Tales, Wilde’s short story describes how a nightingale sacrifices her life so a student may offer a red rose to the girl he loves. When the object of his desire opts for jewels over a flower, the student flings the rose into a gutter and renounces love.”

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Website article on filming: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/spectrum-now-2015/del-kathryn-barton-geoffrey-rush-mia-wasikowska-and-sarah-blasko-unite-for-oscar-wildes-the-nightingale-and-the-rose-20150318-1434ac.html#ixzz3uUKaOxEl

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