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On the Hunt: The Films of James B. Harris

8 April 2015 9:46 PM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

CopAt the ripe age of twenty-six—the two were born within days of each other in 1928—James B. Harris and Stanley Kubrick formed Harris-Kubrick Productions. With Kubrick leading the charge behind the camera and Harris acting as the right-hand-man producer, the duo completed three major critical successes: The Killing (1956), Paths of Glory (1957), and Lolita (1962). But where Kubrick’s subsequent work has achieved a supreme, hall-of-fame stature, Harris’s own directorial career—consisting of five excellent movies made across a four-decade span—remains, despite the valiant effort of a few notable English-language critics (Michael Atkinson, Jonathan Rosenbaum), on the relative sidelines. The latest attempt to boost Harris’s reputation: BAMcinématek’s week-long retrospective of Harris’s producing and directing output, selected by “Overdue” co-programmers Nick Pinkerton and Nicolas Rapold.Harris and Kubrick stopped working together amidst a pre-production disagreement during the making of what would become Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb »

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Daily | Goings On | Afrofuturism, Wiseman, Noir Westerns

4 April 2015 1:06 PM, PDT | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

Ashley Clark, who's curated Space Is the Place: Afrofuturism on Film, the series that opened at New York's BAMcinématek yesterday and runs through April 15, picks out a few highlights for the Guardian, including John Coney's Space Is the Place with Sun Ra, Ngozi Onwurah's Welcome II the Terrordome, John Akomfrah's The Last Angel of History and Terence Nance's An Oversimplification of Her Beauty. Also, more on Walerian Borowczyk, an overview of the career of producer and director James B. Harris, a major Frederick Wiseman retrospective in Chicago, noir westerns such as Robert Wise's Blood on the Moon and Budd Boetticher's The Tall T in San Francisco and films by Gregory J. Markopoulos in Los Angeles. » - David Hudson »

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