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The Art of Stanley Kubrick: From Short Films to Strangelove (2000)

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A documentary on the making of Stanley Kubrick's classic film 'Dr. Strangelove'.

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David Naylor

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Robert Fleck
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James Earl Jones ... Self
Lee Minoff Lee Minoff ... Self - Executive Producer, Dr. Strangelove
John Baxter John Baxter ... Self - Biographer
Alexander Walker Alexander Walker ... Self - Film Critic
Roger Caras Roger Caras ... Self - Friend of Stanley Kubrick
James B. Harris ... Self - Former Producing Partner of Stanley Kubrick
Anthony Harvey ... Self - Editor, Lolita & Dr. Strangelove
Oswald Morris ... Self - Director of Photography, Lolita
Ken Adam ... Self - Production Designer, Dr. Strangelove & Barry Lyndon
Kelvin Pike Kelvin Pike ... Self - Camera Operator, Dr. Strangelove, 2001 & The Shining
Gilbert Taylor ... Self - Director of Photography, Dr. Strangelove
William Bassett ... Narrator (voice) (as William H. Bassett)
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A short 14 minute documentary on legendary director Stanley Kubrick ("2001", "A Clockwork Orange", "The Shining") covering his early career through his short works, through "The Killing", "Spartacus", "Paths of Glory", and "Lolita", to "Dr. Strangelove". Includes commentary on his work and exclusive photos, footage, and interviews. Written by alfiehitchie

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It crams a lot into 14 minutes
13 March 2011 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

If you are looking for an overall look at the films of Stanley Kubrick, then you need to keep on looking--as "The Art of Stanley Kubrick" is not such a film. Instead, it manages in a very tightly constructed 14 minutes to discuss Kubrick's rise from obscurity to his early short films to his features to his amazing film "Dr. Strangelove"--only about half-way through his career. However, I liked this as it gave a nice and different sort of look at the directing craft--showing a progression from one sort of project to another and another--how they all built upon themselves into making a master director. The only shortcoming I noticed is that it really lacked insight into the personality of Kubrick as well as his directing style. In particularly, it barely mentions his obsessive-compulsive way of shooting and re-shooting and re-shooting scenes--something that made him notorious and cost a fortune in overruns. Still, it's a very nice film and one worth seeing if you get the DVDs.


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USA

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English

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10 April 2000 (USA) See more »

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