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Interview: Chela Cannon, 2001 A Space Odyssey’s Receptionist To The Stars

Below is a great interview with Chela Cannon , the receptionist on the space station that Dr Floyd docks with in 2001: A Space odyssey, reproduced from 2001 Italia Blogspot.  See here also for early alien concepts that never made it into the film. The piece is translated from Italian “You remind me of a young Leslie Caron”: […]

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The Steadicam And The Shining: Vintage American Cinematographer Article

  Below is a vintage article from the August 1980 issue of American Cinematographer magazine, on the use of Garrett (spelt Gareth in the article) Brown’s invention, the steadicam, still often erroneously credited as a Stanley Kubrick invention, in The Shining. Seen in the maze photograph below operating the rig is Ken Weston, officially the […]

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When Kubrick Meets Hitchcock – It’s Red (D)rum

  The Red Drum Getaway is a witty Hitchcock mashup where Kubrick is the villain. As the brief synopsis from creators Adrien Dezalay, Emmanuel Delabaere, Simon Philippe states, “Jimmy was having a rather beautiful day until he bumped into Jack and things got weird.” Featuring Jimmy Stewart interacting with Jack Nicholson’s Jack Torrence and Danny from The […]

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Author Andy Weir and director Ridley Scott discuss The Martian

Here’s a couple of video segments for you on The Martian, Sir Ridley Scott’s big screen adaptation of author Andy Weir’s runaway best seller, about an astronaut erroneously left for dead on the red planet after a mission goes sour, who must survive long enough (three years!) for a rescue mission to pick him up. […]

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View From The Overlook: Crafting The Shining

If you enjoyed our man John Rain’s report from the 35th anniversary reunion of the cast and crew for a special screening of The Shining earlier this year, you’re bound to find further gems in this 30 minute video by film maker / historian Gary Leva. You can rewatch it forever. And ever. And ever… […]

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Barry Lyndon: Death By A Thousand Cuts

Barry Lyndon is the story of a man, no more, no less. A Rake’s Progress of a kind, yet progress, our hero does not. A tale of a naif, vain, selfish, constantly arriving, on the cusp of obtaining what he believes he holds most dear in the world: status. He subsumes his somewhat transparent persona to fit what […]

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2001: A Space Infographic

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Interview: Dan Richter, 2001: A Space Odyssey’s Moonwatcher

Recently by chance I discovered Dan Richter, chief  choreographer and lead performing man-ape “Moonwatcher”, from the Dawn Of Man segment of 2001: A Space Odyssey, is on twitter. I contacted him through his website and he very kindly agreed to give the readers of Cinetropolis some insight into his experiences working on Stanley Kubrick’s seminal […]

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An Interview With Stanley Kubrick (1969) From “The Film Director As Superstar”

Below is a brilliantly far ranging and lengthy interview with Stanley Kubrick, carried out after the completion of 2001: A Space odyssey, and while he was still researching his planned biopic of Napoleon Bonaparte. Many thanks to @LaFamiliaFilm and his site, Cinephilia And Beyond  for originally sourcing this piece. Excerpted from “The Film Director as Superstar” (Doubleday and […]

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Stanley Kubrick: A Life In Pictures

“Observation is a dying art” – Stanley Kubrick At the risk of turning Cinetropolis into an exclusively Kubrick corner, I’d like to share the full length documentary, Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures, an essential insight into the great director’s fascinating career and life, with contributions from widow Christiane, brother in law and fellow producer Jan […]

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