Stanley Kubrick

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Exhibitions

"Stanley Kubrick" chronologically presents the work of the director of "2001: A space odyssey" and "A Clockwork Orange". The New Yorker Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999), one of the most influential directors in the history of cinema, adapted perfectly to different film genres. The exhibition shows us his work from his years of apprenticeship as a photographer in Look magazine, his twelve feature films, and his projects that did not reach the public or that were commissioned to other filmmakers. More than six hundred pieces are presented: audiovisuals, objects and material from Kubrick's personal archives (research and production documents, photos, scripts, costumes, tools, models, cameras and objectives), and correspondence with other directors and artists in general.

The exhibition has already been seen in Mexico City, Los Angeles, Seoul, Paris and other cities. Jordi Costa, film critic and writer, has been responsible for its adaptation to the CCCB. In this cultural center of Barcelona, ​​you can see unpublished content: new materials from "2001: a space odyssey" (1968), which this year celebrates its fiftieth anniversary; unpublished interviews with directors and collaborating actors of Stanley Kubrick; Barry Lyndon storyboards; or an audiovisual installation about the life of Kubrick, created by Manuel Huerga.

"Stanley Kubrick", curated by Hans-Peter Reichmann and Tim Heptner, is an exhibition of the Deutsches Filmmuseum, Frankfurt am Main, Christiane Kubrick, Jan Harlan and the Stanley Kubrick Archive of the University of the Arts London. Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., Metro Goldwyn Maye r Studios Inc., Sony-Columbia Pictures Industries Inc., Universal Studios Inc., and SK Film Archives LLC also collaborate.

Openning: 23/10 19:00h with a concert by the Symphonic Orchestra of Vallès.

Free admission: Sundays from 3 pm - 8 pm (limited capacity).

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