In der sehr persönlichen Dokumentation „Stanley Kubrick: A Life In Pictures“ sagt „Shining“-Star Jack Nicholson über seinen Regisseur. Wie sind Kubricks Filme zu verstehen und worin besteht die für sie so charakteristische Ästhetik der Kälte? Fragen, die dieses Buch als Einführung in Kubricks. Dabei wurde den stilbildenden Filmen Stanley Kubricks ein besonderer Platz eingeräumt. Veranstalter: Eine Ausstellung des Deutschen Filmmuseum und des.
Stanley KubrickIn der sehr persönlichen Dokumentation „Stanley Kubrick: A Life In Pictures“ sagt „Shining“-Star Jack Nicholson über seinen Regisseur. Wie sind Kubricks Filme zu verstehen und worin besteht die für sie so charakteristische Ästhetik der Kälte? Fragen, die dieses Buch als Einführung in Kubricks. Dabei wurde den stilbildenden Filmen Stanley Kubricks ein besonderer Platz eingeräumt. Veranstalter: Eine Ausstellung des Deutschen Filmmuseum und des.
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In a conversation with the British Film Institute, Kubrick's brother-in-law Jan Harlan stated that, at the time, the film was ready to enter the production stage and David Hemmings was Kubrick's favored choice to play the character of Napoleon, although Jack Nicholson was eventually cast in the role.
Audrey Hepburn was his preference for the role of Josephine, but she wrote back to Kubrick kindly declining the role.
In notes that Kubrick wrote to his financial backers, preserved in the book The Kubrick Archives, Kubrick expresses uncertainty in regard to the progress of the Napoleon film and the final product; however, he also states that he expected to create "the best movie ever made.
A significant portion of Kubrick's historical research would influence Barry Lyndon , the storyline of which ends in , approximately fifteen years prior to the commencement of the Napoleonic Wars.
In March , Steven Spielberg announced his intention to create, in conjunction with Kubrick's family, a television miniseries based on Kubrick's screenplay.
In the early s, Kubrick, a keen listener of BBC Radio, heard the radio serial drama Shadow on the Sun; written by Gavin Blakeney, Shadow on the Sun is a work of science fiction in which a virus is introduced to earth through a meteorite landing.
At a time when Kubrick was looking for a new project, the director became reacquainted with Shadow on the Sun. Thereon, Kubrick read and annotated a script before moving onto A.
Artificial Intelligence The tone of the unrealized project, as described by Anthony Frewin in The Kubrick Archives, is a cross between War of the Worlds and Mars Attacks!
In , Kubrick sought out a film idea that concerned the Holocaust and tried to persuade Isaac Bashevis Singer to contribute an original screenplay.
Kubrick requested a "dramatic structure that compressed the complex and vast information into the story of an individual who represented the essence of this man-made hell.
Full Metal Jacket co-screenwriter Michael Herr reports that Kubrick had considered casting Julia Roberts or Uma Thurman as the aunt; eventually, Johanna ter Steege was cast as the aunt and Joseph Mazzello as the young boy.
Kubrick's work on Aryan Papers eventually ceased in , as the director was influenced by Schindler's List According to Kubrick's wife Christiane an additional factor in Kubrick's decision was the increasingly depressing nature of the subject as experienced by the director.
Kubrick eventually concluded that an accurate Holocaust film was beyond the capacity of cinema and returned his attention to A. Kubrick was fascinated by the career of Nazi filmmaker Veit Harlan , his wife's uncle, and contemplated creating a film of the social circle that surrounded Joseph Goebbels.
Although Kubrick worked on this project for several years, the director was unable to progress beyond a rough story outline.
Kubrick once deliberated on adapting Robert Marshall's novel All the King's Men, a dramatic account of a British intelligence service operation during World War II.
On November 1, , Kubrick's son-in-law Philip Hobbs announced that he would be shepherding a film treatment of Lunatic at Large.
Kubrick had commissioned the project for treatment from noir pulp novelist Jim Thompson in the s, but it had been lost until Hobbs uncovered a manuscript following Kubrick's death.
As of August , this project is in development for future release, with the involvement of Scarlett Johansson and Sam Rockwell , and U.
While working with Ian Watson on the story for A. Artificial Intelligence , Kubrick asked Watson for a pre-print copy of his Warhammer 40, tie-in novel Inquisitor.
Watson quotes Kubrick as saying, "Who knows, Ian? Maybe this is my next movie? Was nominated for Producing, Directing and Writing three Oscar Best Picture nominees: Dr.
Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb , A Clockwork Orange and Barry Lyndon His screenplay, Burning Secret, co written with Calder Willingham and based on Stefan Zweig 's work, was discovered in There was a character in named Dr.
The Chandra X-Ray telescope was launched on July 23, , just three days before Kubrick's birthday.
He has directed six films that have been selected for the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically" significant: Paths of Glory , Spartacus , Dr.
Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb , A Space Odyssey , A Clockwork Orange and The Shining One of his all-time favorite films was Funeral Parade of Roses , which would serve as one of the main influences for his film adaptation of A Clockwork Orange Never recorded an audio commentary for any of his films for their home releases, as Stanley Kubrick did not believe in explaining the lore and mystery of his films and spoiling them for viewers.
He wanted his films to speak for themselves. A celebrated conspiracy theory claims that NASA, impressed by A Space Odyssey , hired Kubrick to fake the moon landings for them, and that he then dropped hints to this in The Shining Imagine Dragons: On Top of the World pokes fun at this by having a bearded, intense film director make the band stage multiple takes of the moon landings while Richard Nixon and the secret service watch.
According to his daughter Katharina, he had an intense dislike for The Wizard of Oz His favorite films included The Texas Chainsaw Massacre , An American Werewolf In London , Metropolis , Dog Day Afternoon , White Men Can't Jump , Citizen Kane , One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest and The Silence of The Lambs According to assistant Anthony Frewin , Kubrick was a stationery and typography freak, and the two would argue about the merits of various typefaces.
Considered the collaboration between Anthony Michael Hall and John Hughes as "the most promising since James Stewart and Frank Capra ". He also wanted to cast Hall as Private Joker in Full Metal Jacket , but disagreements with the salary and scheduling conflicts prevented this.
Took over the direction of Spartacus after Anthony Mann had a major disagreement with Kirk Douglas. A popular joke among fans in reference to the conspiracy theory that he helped fake the moon landing is that NASA hired Kubrick to direct a fake moon landing but Kubrick was such a perfectionist that he insisted they actually shoot on location on the moon to make it look believable.
Production of Barry Lyndon was moved from Ireland to England after Stanley Kubrick received word that his name was on an IRA hit list for directing a film featuring English soldiers in Ireland consequently a number of scenes were dropped.
I never learned anything at all in school and didn't read a book for pleasure until I was 19 years old. A film is--or should be--more like music than like fiction.
It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what's behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later. I would not think of quarreling with your interpretation nor offering any other, as I have found it always the best policy to allow the film to speak for itself.
Anyone who has ever been privileged to direct a film also knows that, although it can be like trying to write "War and Peace" in a bumper car in an amusement park, when you finally get it right, there are not many joys in life that can equal the feeling.
Art consists of reshaping life but it does not create life, nor cause life. I think the big mistake in schools is trying to teach children anything, and by using fear as the basic motivation.
Fear of getting failing grades, fear of not staying with your class, etc. Interest can produce learning on a scale compared to fear as a nuclear explosion to a firecracker.
The great nations have always acted like gangsters, and the small nations like prostitutes. How could we possibly appreciate the Mona Lisa if Leonardo Da Vinci had written at the bottom of the canvas, "The lady is smiling because she is hiding a secret from her lover"?
This would shackle the viewer to reality, and I don't want this to happen to A Space Odyssey The screen is a magic medium.
It has such power that it can retain interest as it conveys emotions and moods that no other art form can hope to tackle.
Call it enlightened cowardice, if you like. Actually, over the years I discovered that I just didn't enjoy flying, and I became aware of compromised safety margins in commercial aviation that are never mentioned in airline advertising.
So I decided I'd rather travel by sea, and take my chances with the icebergs. I am afraid of airplanes.
I've been able to avoid flying for some time but, I suppose, if I had to I would. Perhaps it's a case of a little knowledge being a dangerous thing.
At one time I had a pilot's license and hours of solo time on single-engine light aircraft. Unfortunately, all that seemed to do was make me mistrust large airplanes.
I believe Ingmar Bergman , Vittorio De Sica and Federico Fellini are the only three filmmakers in the world who are not just artistic opportunists.
By this I mean they don't just sit and wait for a good story to come along and then make it. They have a point of view which is expressed over and over and over again in their films, and they themselves write or have original material written for them.
I've never achieved spectacular success with a film. My reputation has grown slowly. I suppose you could say that I'm a successful filmmaker--in that a number of people speak well of me.
But none of my films have received unanimously positive reviews, and none have done blockbuster business. I've got a peculiar weakness for criminals and artists, neither takes life as it is.
Any tragic story has to be in conflict with things as they are. The criminal and the soldier at least have the virtue of being against something or for something in a world where many people have learned to accept a kind of grey nothingness, to strike an unreal series of poses in order to be considered normal.
It's difficult to say who is engaged in the greater conspiracy--the criminal, the soldier, or us. I don't think that writers or painters or filmmakers function because they have something they particularly want to say.
They have something that they feel. And they like the art form; they like words, or the smell of paint, or celluloid and photographic images and working with actors.
I don't think that any genuine artist has ever been oriented by some didactic point of view, even if he thought he was. Perhaps it sounds ridiculous, but the best thing that young filmmakers should do is to get hold of a camera and some film and make a movie of any kind at all.
A filmmaker has almost the same freedom as a novelist has when he buys himself some paper. The destruction of this planet would have no significance on a cosmic scale.
I haven't come across any recent new ideas in film that strike me as being particularly important and that have to do with form. I think that a preoccupation with originality of form is more or less a fruitless thing.
A truly original person with a truly original mind will not be able to function in the old form and will simply do something different. Others had much better think of the form as being some sort of classical tradition and try to work within it.
I believe that drugs are basically of more use to the audience than to the artist. I think that the illusion of oneness with the universe, and absorption with the significance of every object in your environment, and the pervasive aura of peace and contentment is not the ideal state for an artist.
It tranquilizes the creative personality, which thrives on conflict and on the clash and ferment of ideas.
The artist's transcendence must be within his own work; he should not impose any artificial barriers between himself and the mainspring of his subconscious.
One of the things that's turned me against LSD is that all the people I know who use it have a peculiar inability to distinguish between things that are really interesting and stimulating and things that appear to be so in the state of universal bliss that the drug induces on a "good" trip.
They seem to completely lose their critical faculties and disengage themselves from some of the most stimulating areas of life.
Perhaps when everything is beautiful, nothing is beautiful. I don't mistrust sentiment and emotion, no. The question becomes, "Are you giving them something to make them a little happier, or are you putting in something that is inherently true to the material?
I mean, the world is not as it's presented in Frank Capra films. People love those films--which are beautifully made--but I wouldn't describe them as a true picture of life.
The questions are always, "Is it true? Is it interesting? Some films try to outguess an audience. They try to ingratiate themselves, and it's not something you really have to do.
Certainly audiences have flocked to see films that are not essentially true, but I don't think this prevents them from responding to the truth.
The film clearly wants to ingratiate itself with the audience. So many films do that. You show the drill instructor really has a heart of gold--the mandatory scene where he sits in his office, eyes swimming with pride about the boys and so forth.
I suppose he actually is proud, but there's a danger of falling into what amounts to so much sentimental bullshit. I have a wife, three children, three dogs, seven cats.
I'm not a Franz Kafka , sitting alone and suffering. To make a film entirely by yourself, which initially I did, you may not have to know very much about anything else, but you must know about photography.
Sanitized violence in movies has been accepted for years. What seems to upset everybody now is the showing of the consequences of violence.
Nobody could have shot a film in a more pedestrian way than Chaplin. I do not always know what I want, but I do know what I don't want. The essence of dramatic form is to let an idea come over people without it being plainly stated.
When you say something directly, it's simply not as potent as it is when you allow people to discover it for themselves. Eisenstein] does it with cuts, Max Ophüls does it with fluid movement.
Eisenstein seems to be all form and no content, Chaplin is all content and little form. His family were Jewish immigrants from Austria, Romania, and Russia.
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Prehistoric apes are the focus of the first section, and the last section contains a sequence of wildly impressionistic images as the spaceship is sucked into a dimension in which time and space are disrupted.
The film also set a new standard for movie special effects and has been praised for the surprising number of futuristic technologies it depicted that have subsequently—at least in part—come into existence.
Audiences and critics were polarized by A Space Odyssey. Noted critic Pauline Kael famously derided it, but many other critics hailed the film as a masterpiece, and it has consistently appeared on lists of the greatest films of all time.
Kubrick received Oscar nominations for his direction and writing and won an Oscar for special effects. In its day the film was a countercultural phenomenon and a box-office smash that gave Kubrick the latitude to make any movie he desired with a degree of creative freedom and control experienced by few filmmakers.
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Director Stanley Kubrick was one of the most consistently fascinating filmmakers in the latter half of the 20th century.
Just as his singularly brilliant visual style won him great acclaim, his unconventional sense of narrative and seeming lack of overt emotionalism often elicited critical puzzlement.
Emerging onto the filmmaking scene with films like "Killer's Kiss" and "The Killing" , Kubrick truly arrived with his bleak antiwar epic "Paths of Glory" After playing the role of director-for-hire on the sword and sandal epic "Spartacus" , Kubrick entered the pantheon of great filmmakers with "Dr.
Strangelove or: How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Bomb" , often cited as the finest political satire ever made.
Snimanje filma o Vijetnamskom ratu u Engleskoj bio je izazov za Kubricka i ekipu. Dream Story , a prati put dr. Nakon svojih opasnih eskapada, dr.
Harford gubi moralnu prednost koju je imao nad njom. U Europi i ostatku svijeta film je prikazivan u originalnoj verziji. DVD izdanje objavljeno u listopadu Pokopan je uz svoje omiljeno stablo u Childwickbury Manoru , u Hertfordshireu u Engleskoj.
Na Jednookom Jacku je bio pozvan kao zamjena, kao na Spartaku. The Hollywood Reporter najavio je Dvije godine poslije, Pennebaker Inc. Ubrzo nakon te najave, ime filma je promijenjeno u Jednooki Jack , a Pina Pellicer je najavljena kao glavna glumica po "unisonom izboru Branda, Rosenberga i Kubricka".
Kubrick je Jedan Kubrickov projekt ipak je snimljen od strane drugog redatelja, Stevena Spielberga. Nakon uspjeha Odiseje , Kubrick je planirao veliki biografski film o Napoleonu Bonaparteu.
Zajedno sa suradnicima napravio je pregled mjesta koje je Napoleon pohodio tijekom svojih aktivnih godina. U filmu je u ulozi Napoleona originalno trebao nastupiti Jack Nicholson jer ga je Kubrick vidio u Goli u sedlu.
Kubrick je krajem Prvu verziju scenarija, nazvanu "Aryan Papers", napisao je sami Kubrick. Kubrick je htio snimiti film prema romanu Umberta Eca Foucaultovo njihalo koji se pojavio Strangeloveu , Peter Sellers u Loliti i Dr.
Strangeloveu , a Kirk Douglas u Stazama slave i Spartaku. Anthony Burgess Mora se naglasiti da su drugi autori izvornika po kojima je Kubrick snimao svoje filmove, i Arthur C.
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