Kubrick par Kubrick

By Gregory Monro

Synopsis

Stan­ley Kubrick’s mark on the lega­cy of cin­e­ma can nev­er be mea­sured. His great works are stud­ied by stu­dents and mas­ters alike, all search­ing for answers their mak­er was noto­ri­ous­ly ret­i­cent to give. While he is among the most scru­ti­nized film­mak­ers that ever lived, the chance to hear Kubrick’s own words was a rar­i­ty. Through Michel Ciment, film crit­ic and expert on Stan­ley Kubrick, a series of rare inter­views was record­ed dur­ing their 30 years of rela­tion­ship. Com­bined with resources from Kubrick’s fam­i­ly, the film draws an inti­mate por­trait of one of the most rec­og­nized, yet unheard, film­mak­er of all times.

By : Gregory Monro
Duration : 1h13
With : Stanley Kubrick ; Michel Ciment ; Malcolm McDowell ; Jack Nicholson
Type : Documentary
Nationality : France & USA

Pro­duc­tion : Mar­tin Lau­rent & Jere­my Zel­nik
Script : Gre­go­ry Mon­ro
Cin­e­matog­ra­phy : Rodoslaw Lad­czuk
Edit­ing : Philippe Bail­lon
Music : Vin­cent Théard
Pro­duc­tion : Temps Noir, +33 1 55 28 33 87, jeremyzelnik@tempsnoir.com, www.tempsnoir.com

In Eng­lish & French with French sub­ti­tles

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