Media
Marlowe-Shakespeare
Society
The International
Websites

Contested Will
reviews of James Shapiro's book on
the authorship question

Much Ado About Something
official website of Michael Rubbo's
film about Christopher Marlowe. Buy
Much Ado About Something at
Amazon.com.

Much Ado on PBS Frontline
page dedicated to Mike Rubbo's film
on PBS Frontline's website

Peter Farey's Marlowe Page
an encyclopedia of information about
the Marlowe claim, assembled by
Peter Farey

The Marlowe Studies
Here you will find the books and
essays written by those who believe
Christopher Marlowe was
Shakespeare.

The Marlowe Society
dedicated to promoting research into
the life and work of Christopher
Marlowe

Complete works of
Christopher Marlowe
all of the plays and poems ascribed to
Christopher Marlowe in full text

The Shakespearean
Authorship Trust
explore different arguments for the
most prominent authorship candidates
Books

History Play
Rodney Bolt's brilliant
tongue-in-cheek post 1593 biography
of Christopher Marlowe.

Marlowe's Ghost
Daryl Pinksen's website to promote
the 2008 book,
Marlowe's Ghost: The
Blacklisting of the Man Who Was
Shakespeare.

The Marlowe-Shakespeare
Connection
2008 by Sam Blumenfeld. Buy it now
at Amazon.com

Shakespeare's Unorthodox
Biography
Explore the 2001 book by author
Diana Price on her website
www.shakespeare-authorship.com

Shakespeare and Marlowe
Website to promote the 2005 book,
Hamlet: By Christopher Marlowe and
William Shakespeare
, by IMSS
member Alex Jack

Books about the 'Death' of
Marlowe
Hosted on The Marlowe Society
website
"Anonymous"  
A film by Roland Emmerich
In theaters October 28, 2011
A political thriller advancing the
theory that it was in fact Edward
De Vere, Earl of Oxford who
penned Shakespeare's plays; set
against the backdrop of the
succession of Queen Elizabeth I,
and the Essex Rebellion against her.



Official Site

IMDB Listing

Trailer

Rotten Tomatoes

Facebook Page
Reviews

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, SEPTEMBER 14, 2011
Shakespeare fans will hate Anonymous
AFP

THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 10, 2011
Anonymous: The shock in this exposé of the Bard is
that it's rather good
BY DAMON WISE

VARIETY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2011
Review: Anonymous
BY ROBERT KOEHLER   

MOVIELINE, SEPTEMBER 9, 2011
Letter From Toronto: Even Killer Elite Can’t Quite
Outduel Emmerich’s Anonymous
BY S.T VANAIRSDALE

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, SEPTEMBER 9, 2011
Anonymous: Toronto Review
BY KIRK HONEYCUTT

INCONTENTION.COM, SEPTEMBER 9, 2011
Emmerich surprises with 'Anonymous'
BY KRISTOPHER TAPLEY