Some rare photos of a very focused Kubrick editing Barry Lyndon in the converted garage of his home in Abbots Mead, December 1974.
Short history of the steadicam – this revolutionary visual technique was invented in the 70’s. One of the first use of the steadicam-technique was for Kubrick’s Shining.
Amazing documentary about Jodorowsky’s unfinished Filmproject. A Film that was too ahead of its time to get made. A visionary project that inspired science-fiction movies over decades.
Two fascinating effects of the film history – the Dolly Zoom, well known from Hitchcock’s Vertigo and Marnie. And the amazing effect of the Wormhole Sequence from Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, done with the slit scan technique.
Anatomy of a scene – Editing of the final showdown in Ennio Morricone’s The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
Tribute to british Director of Photography Roger Deakins, known for his work in Fargo, No Country for Old Men and True Grit.
I am a huge fan of Kubrick – (maybe) the best director of our time. A Genius in any case who planned his movies meticulously. His unfinished project „Napoleon“ often called „the best movie never made“. Here’s a documentary from Gary Leva about Kubrick’s unfinished films.
Behind the Scenes Photos of Metropolis – interesting retrospective on Fritz Lang’s classic science fiction movie from 1927.
Breaking News for the fans of the first Part. The long awaited rematch between Kaiju and Jaeger is set for 2017.
60 Behind the Scene Photos from classic movies, like Paths of Glory, Midnight Cowboy, Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Shawshank Redemption