☛ LACMA – Stanley Kubrick: “Early brainstorming on titles and subtitles for Dr. Strangelove.” Photo courtesy of the Stanley Kubrick Archive at the University of the Arts, London. Included in the “Kubrick” app launched in 2013, in conjunction with the exhibition “Stanley Kubrick” (previously here). • • • This newspaper clipping from The New York […]
The LACMA offers the free Kubrick app which is loaded with rare documents from the Stanley Kubrick archive, including more than 250 iconographic items.
• By Philippe Theophanidis on February 9, 2013 ― Published in Art, Communication, Movies, Technology | Tagged: 2001: A Space Odyssey, app, archive, collection, exhibition, Kubrick, stewardess, still, videophone
☛ Galerie de Bellefeuille: “Red Parlour” by Michael Harrington, oil on canvas, 36″ x 48″, 2011. It’s been suggested before: there’s something inherently cinematic about Michael Harrington’s paintings. Most of his work seem to have a rich potential for narrative: I look at the scene depicted above and I can’t help but to think there’s […]
☛ Fox Searchlight Pictures/Terrence Malick: “Notice to projectionists regarding The Tree of Life” (scanned as it is on June, 2011) The photocopy reproduced above came along a 35 mm copy of The Tree of Life in its shipping cases (two shipping cases holding a total of eight 2000 ft. reels). The explanations I provided earlier […]