O, Mistress Mine - Music Video from the Shakespeare film "Spea...
We are delighted to share with you our latest contribution to the Shakespeare world - the music video for "O Mistress Mine" composed and performed by 17 year old Melbourne musician Jaron Natoli, which comes from the soundtrack of the recent Shakespeare Republic film, "Speaking Daggers", launched at ACMI as part of the Arts Learning Festival, in which Jaron also played "The Troubadour".Featuring characters from the film played by: Christopher Kirby, Scott Major, Sally McLean, Billy Smedley with Taylah McLean, Jemma Cuff-Jones and Jaron Natoli.Produced by Incognita EnterprisesDirected & Edited by Sally McLeanMore information: http://www.speakingdaggers.comPosted by Shakespeare Republic on Monday, May 29, 2017
We are delighted to share with you this music video for the song O Mistress Mine from the soundtrack of the film, composed and performed by Melbourne musician Jaron Natoli, who also played “The Troubadour” in the film.
Featured in the music video are Speaking Daggers' cast members Christopher Kirby as “Benedick”, Sally McLean as “Beatrice”, Scott Major as “Falstaff” and Billy Smedley as “Prince Hal”, along with Taylah McLean and Jemma Cuff-Jones as “The Girls/Muses”.
O, Mistress Mine – music by Jaron Natoli with lyrics by William Shakespeare.
Produced by Incognita Enterprises
Directed & Edited by Sally McLean
Cinematographer: Shaun Herbertson
Production Design: Eleanora Steiner
Sound Recordist & Mixer: Tim McCormick
Audio Mastering by John Ruberto
Make Up: Jo Fletcher (Music Video)
Make Up: Paulie King & April Munro (Film segments)
Colourist: Thanassi Panagiotaras
Unit Manager: Marg Woodlock-McLean
Filmed on location at Toorak College, Mt Eliza
O, Mistress Mine had its international film festival debut as an official selection for the 2017 Queen City Film Festival in Maryland, USA on October 5th. The song then went onto make Semi-Finalist level (out of over 16,000 entries) in the 2017 International Songwriting Competition in Nashville, USA, then nominated for two awards at the 2018 Music Video Awards in Utah, USA before winning Best Song For a Film at the 2018 American Music Tracks Awards in Los Angeles, USA.