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Video: The Unstoppable Legacy of Stanley Kubrick

By at October 26, 2014 | 9:54 am | 0 Comment

Video: The Unstoppable Legacy of Stanley Kubrick

The number of film directors whose work not only transcends their lifetime, but also becomes enmeshed in the cultural fabric, is small. Like count-'em-on-one-hand small. Alfred Hitchcock, of course. And a good deal of Steven Spielberg's work will certainly be referenced and remembered by the general public long after he's gone. But the films of Stanley Kubrick seem to more...

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The Creepy, Eclectic Movie Posters of ROOM 237

By at April 4, 2013 | 11:02 pm | 0 Comment

The Creepy, Eclectic Movie Posters of ROOM 237

Some documentaries celebrate the art of film. Others spotlight the filmmakers themselves, or devoted film fans. But the documentary Room 237 goes far beyond sharing a passion or dedication for the movies -- it's a reckless, runaway train of obsessed movie minds on a one-way trip to Looneyville. Their focus of obsession is Stanley Kubrick's infamous horror adaptation The more...

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New THE MASTER Movie Poster Based on Secret Screening Poster Design

By at September 18, 2012 | 10:52 pm | 0 Comment

New THE MASTER Movie Poster Based on Secret Screening Poster Design

One of the more savvy marketing moves that Paul Thomas Anderson has either come up with, or agreed to, for his new, super-acclaimed drama The Master, has been the idea of the secret screening. There was one that followed a showing of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining in early August in Santa Monica. And there was a San Francisco screening (more of a surprise than a "secret") more...

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Creating a Film’s Visual Fingerprint: Cinemetrics Examines Kubrick, Anderson

By at June 29, 2012 | 11:23 pm | 0 Comment

Creating a Film’s Visual Fingerprint: Cinemetrics Examines Kubrick, Anderson

Too often, the depth and intricacies of a film's production design can be overlooked. Combine design with directing and editing approaches, and you get color palette, movement, energy. And thanks to German visual communication artist, Frederic Brodbeck, it can all be displayed in a single dynamic sphere. The folks at Miramax turned us on to Brodbeck's ingenious more...

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