Stanley Kubrick's groundbreaking 2001: A Space Odyssey opened the door to all the films and filmmakers who followed it. Through interviews with directors such as George Lucas, Steven ... See full summary »
The geniality of the mythical Kubrick's masterpiece "2001: A Space Odyssey" is explored and debated here by scholars, author Arthur C. Clarke and some members of the cast and crew who were ... See full summary »
Arthur C. Clarke,
In 2001: A Space Odyssey, Stanley Kubrick showed us what the future might look like. How true was his vision? This documentary employs interviews with filmmakers, screenwriters and authors ... See full summary »
Arthur C. Clarke,
An absorbing look back at the cultural impact and lasting influence of Stanley Kubrick's uncompromising masterpiece, featuring interviews with Malcolm McDowell, Christiane Kubrick, Oliver ... See full summary »
Stanley Kubrick's masterful classic A Clockwork Orange and its controversy through the years are discussed by contemporary film directors (like Sam Mendes, Mary Harron and Tony Kaye), ... See full summary »
In this documentary, we follow Stanely Kubrick as he creates one of the most controversial films of all time, one that retains its power to shock audiences, even after 35 years. At the time... See full summary »
Follow Stanley Kubrick as he creates his savage and brilliant Vietnam film, hewing closely to the theme that dominated his creative life for four decades - the duality of human nature. ... See full summary »
Keir Dullea hosts this twenty minute documentary that is described as taking a look at the philosophical themes seen in Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY. Dullea opens the show stating that Kubrick would never discuss the meanings of his movies but we do get some theories discussed as to what the film is about. We get some archival interviews with both Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke, which were fascinating to see. Fans of the movie will certainly want to check this out for the interviews but the featurette isn't nearly as deep or thoughtful as it thinks it is. I'd argue that it's not nearly as entertaining as it should be, although it is well-produced.
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