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Definitions

  1. Stanley Kubrick is a person that the world over should miss.
  2. Stanley Kubrick (July 26, 1928 – March 7, 1999) was an influential and acclaimed American film director and producer.
  3. Stanley Kubrick was born July 26th, 1928, in The Bronx, New York, the only child of a successful Manhattan physician. (Web site)
  4. Stanley Kubrick was born Jewish, but never much practiced this religion, as his parents were not very religious either.
  5. Stanley Kubrick was born in New York, and was considered intelligent despite poor grades at school. (Web site)

Controversial

  1. No modern film director has been as consistently controversial as Stanley Kubrick.

Painting

  1. Christiane married Stanley Kubrick in 1958 and shortly after the Kubrick family moved to England where Christiane followed her passion for painting.

Scott

  1. Scott was an admirer of Stanley Kubrick early in his development as a director.
  2. Like Stanley Kubrick, Scott was once known for requesting a great many takes.

Showing

  1. Stanley Kubrick died on March 7, 1999, shortly after showing a preliminary final cut to the studio.

Working

  1. This feature is especially important when you're working with Stanley Kubrick, because he likes to continue shooting whether the sun is going in or out. (Web site)
  2. Alan Cumming - Working with Stanley Kubrick Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player.

Cinematography

  1. The black and white cinematography was by Gilbert Taylor, and the film was edited by Anthony Harvey and Stanley Kubrick (uncredited). (Web site)

World

  1. I need that, cause a world without Stanley Kubrick is a world with a little less mystery.

Film Adaptation

  1. The film adaptation, which was directed by Stanley Kubrick, follows the American version of the book, ending prior to the events of the 21st chapter.

Number

  1. Considered a "genius" by Stanley Kubrick himself, he has directed a number of anime projects and live action films including Avalon in 2001. (Web site)

Global Internet

  1. There is only one, global Internet, and there is only one newsgroup on the Internet devoted to Stanley Kubrick, and Stanley Kubrick isn't chopped liver. (Web site)

Moon Landing

  1. All this "moon landing" was a big hoax made by NASA and Stanley Kubrick which is easy to proof. (Web site)

Moon Landings

  1. In the end, it looks like Stanley Kubrick faked the moon landings in return for two things. (Web site)

Columbia Pictures

  1. After Stanley Kubrick decided to make his next film Dr. Strangelove a comedy, Columbia Pictures insisted on Sellers being cast. (Web site)

Movies

  1. It was at this time that he first saw Stanley Kubrick 's Dr. Strangelove and fell in love with movies.

Kubrick

  1. Finally, Katharina Kubrick Hobbs was asked by alt.movies.kubrick if Stanley Kubrick believed in God.

Space Odyssey

  1. Clarke's first venture into film was the Stanley Kubrick directed 2001: A Space Odyssey. (Web site)
  2. Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C Clarke's visionary epic 2001: A Space Odyssey was then showing in cinemas round the globe. (Web site)
  3. Stanley Kubrick who saw Astro Boy asked the creator, Osamu Tezuka, to be a production designer on 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Production

  1. Kathleen Kennedy, Bonnie Curtis and Spielberg produce the film, a Stanley Kubrick Production, which will be distributed domestically by Warner Bros.
  2. Some have claimed that Stanley Kubrick was involved in the production of the Apollo EVAs.

Pictures

  1. Pictures presents a Stanley Kubrick production; produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick; screenplay by Stanley Kubrick. (Web site)
  2. This set also features a new full-length documentary made by longtime Kubrick assistant Jan Harlan, Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures. (Web site)

Stanley

  1. The film contains a posthumous producing credit for Stanley Kubrick at the beginning, and the brief dedication "For Stanley" at the end. (Web site)

Directorial Debut

  1. Stanley Kubrick made his directorial debut in this low-budget film. (Web site)

Shining

  1. This photo is echoed in Stanley Kubrick 's film The Shining, which features twins in an identical pose. (Web site)
  2. This same painting appears in The Shining (1980), also directed by Stanley Kubrick.

Work

  1. On fantastic elements and science fiction motifs in film, especially in the work of Alain Resnais and Stanley Kubrick.
  2. Stanley Kubrick obviously had his own great strengths as a filmmaker and they certainly work well with Steven's. (Web site)

Bronx

  1. Stanley Kubrick grew up in the Bronx, New York City as the first child of a well-to-do family.

Director

  1. Cage's favorite film is director Stanley Kubrick 's controversial A Clockwork Orange.
  2. This final vision from director Stanley Kubrick is a contemporary story of sexual fantasy and desire fueled by doubt and frustration.
  3. Director of photography, Geoffrey Unsworth; special photographic effects designed and directed by Stanley Kubrick; film editor, Ray Lovejoy.

First Feature Film

  1. Fear and Desire, the first feature film from Stanley Kubrick; Kubrick bought up almost all film copies in order to prevent future showings.

Films

  1. Stanley Kubrick does not simply create films - he creates entire worlds on film. (Web site)
  2. Elements of the late Stanley Kubrick 's films have contained Surrealism.

Spartacus

  1. Based upon the true story of a doomed uprising of Roman slaves, Spartacus established Stanley Kubrick as a major director. (Web site)
  2. Anthony Mann was the original director of Spartacus, eventually replaced by Stanley Kubrick, who'd previously guided Douglas through Paths of Glory.

Eyes Wide

  1. That same year, she worked with Stanley Kubrick on the legendary director's last film, Eyes Wide Shut, opposite Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman.
  2. Eyes Wide Shut (1999) which took two years to finish as director Stanley Kubrick 's last film, alongside then spouse Nicole Kidman.

Martin Scorsese

  1. Though not as consistent as Martin Scorsese or Stanley Kubrick, Sidney Lumet is nevertheless a master of cinema. (Web site)

Steven Spielberg

  1. Notable modern-day directors such as Steven Spielberg and Ridley Scott have cited Stanley Kubrick as a great source of inspiration for them.

Film

  1. Eyes Wide Shut (1999) is a film by Stanley Kubrick based on the novella Traumnovelle by Arthur Schnitzler. (Web site)
  2. Clarke wrote this novel while Stanley Kubrick created the film, the two collaborating on both projects. (Web site)
  3. The book was adapted into a film by Stanley Kubrick in 1971, starring Malcolm McDowell as Alex and featuring a soundtrack by Wendy Carlos. (Web site)

Filming

  1. Filming a Vietnam War film in England was a considerable challenge for Stanley Kubrick and his production team.
  2. They met while filming one of Cruise's few duds, Days of Thunder (1990), and appeared together in Stanley Kubrick 's Eyes Wide Shut (1999). (Web site)

Stanley Kubrick

  1. One constant presence throughout filming was the artistic vision of Stanley Kubrick, whom Steven Spielberg kept at the forefront of each day's work. (Web site)
  2. Kidman and Cruise portrayed a married couple in Eyes Wide Shut in 1999, Stanley Kubrick 's final film. (Web site)
  3. A Clockwork Orange (1971) is a film directed and produced by Stanley Kubrick based on the novel of the same name by Anthony Burgess. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Filming
  2. Age > People > Directors > Steven Spielberg
  3. Kidman
  4. Age > People > Directors > Martin Scorsese
  5. Spartacus
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