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2001 A Space Odyssey Stars in Screening Q & A

In a few short weeks, as part of the BFI’s sci-fi Days of Fear And Wonder season, a brand new  remastered print of Stanley Kubrick’s sublime epic, 2001 A Space Odyssey will begin an extended run. The film will also be shown nationwide by BFI Audience Network participating cinemas. Meanwhile in Toronto, the Stanley Kubrick […]

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Bowie 2001 A Space Oddity

  British music artist Fritz Von Runte has crafted a symbiotic fusion of of eerie David Bowie remixes with the timeless visual poetry of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. The result is a hypnotic, surreal mixpiece experience: Bowie 2001 A Space Oddity. Von Runte has raided Bowie’s classic back catalogue, remixing tracks such as […]

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100 Behind The Scenes shots from 2001 A Space Odyssey

In case you hadn’t noticed, I’m a big fan of Stanley Kubrick, and consider his film 2001 A Space Odyssey, one of the greatest films ever made. Yesterday marked the anniversary of the film’s 1968 premiere. To celebrate, our good friend Larry Wright, aka @refocused media, posted a tonne of behind the scenes shots on […]

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Vintage article By Douglas Trumbull on creating Special Effects for 2001 A Space Odyssey

Below is a vintage article from American Cinematographer by Douglas Trumbull on creating the visual effects for 2001 A Space odyssey.   Do it right – then do it better – then do it all over again. “2001: A Space Odyssey” was an extremely complex and difficult film to make, and naturally there are many interesting […]

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Alex North’s Unused Music Score For 2001 A Space Odyssey

Cinematic history would perhaps have been very different had Stanley Kubrick gone ahead with his original composer Alex North’s score for 2001 A Space Odyssey. Would iconic scenes from his film, such as the shuttle delicately dancing around the spinning wheeled space station to sounds of The Blue Danube, be as memorable when scored to Space Station […]

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Why Props Matter – A Video Essay

From filmmaker Rishi Kaneria, we have his first video essay, examining the use of hand props in film, and their sometimes overlooked significance. From his narration: “Great props can transcend the boundaries of the films they are in and become legendary icons of cinema and pop culture. They can show the progress of mankind. Or reveal the […]

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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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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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When Auteurs Collide: 2001: An Interstellar Odyssey

Here is a 2001: A Space Odyssey and Interstellar mash-up / comparison, by Jorge Luengo Ruiz, scored to Johanne Strauss’ The Blue Danube, famously used by Kubrick to soundtrack the delicate docking procedure of spacecraft in his film. But hang on! Also below are two interesting and apropos uses of Hans Zimmer’s Interstellar score overlayed with […]

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