An exploration of one of cinema’s most celebrated and influential filmmakers
From 7pm until 9pm
At Colman Room at The John Hurt Centre, Cinema City
£75 (£65 concessionary rate for OAP, students & income support)
Born in New York in 1928, Stanley Kubrick became a professional photojournalist as a teenager in the mid-1940s and started making short documentary films in 1950. Starting with the release of Spartacus (1960), for two decades Kubrick also was one of Hollywood’s most commercially successful filmmakers. This eight-week course will examine Kubrick's thirteen features, released between 1953 and 1999, the year he died, including some of the most celebrated and influential films of all time.
Tutor: Peter Krämer, author of two BFI Film Classics on 2001: A Space Odyssey and Dr. Strangelove, and a volume on A Clockwork Orange in Palgrave’s ‘Controversies’ series, as well as co-editor of Stanley Kubrick: New Perspectives (Black Dog, 2015).
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