Stanley Kubrick Retrospective at LACMA

by moviestar couture on November 7, 2012

November 1st , 2012, at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art,- LACMA- the first U.S. retrospective of Stanley Kubrick will feature  his films represented through a selection of costumes, props, scripts and archival materials.  Kubrik’s attention to detail and grasp on conceptual directing allowed him to generate blockbuster hits time after time.  His methods led him to gain the titles of controversial and revolutionary in his field. The intimate relation that can exist between a computer and a human being.


Kubrik’s Legacy:

1968-  2001: A Space Odyssey is well known now for utilizing innovative visual effects, which revolutionized the way we use special effects in film today as well as commercial production.

1975- Barry Lyndon was filmed entirely by candlelight to depict the realism of the 1700′s war torn England.

1980- The Shining was one of the first features to use a steadicam which allowed the audience to feel the confinement inside those hallways of the hotel.

For more information on the exhibit, visit for tickets and schedules.

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