Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick is an American filmmaker born in Manhattan in 1928.

About Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick was a renowned American filmmaker, known for his groundbreaking works of cinema. He directed some of the most iconic films of all time, including 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket and Eyes Wide Shut. His movies were marked by their distinct visual style and innovative use of cinematography and editing techniques. He was also renowned for his unparalleled attention to detail in every aspect of filmmaking, demanding multiple takes and often reshooting entire scenes to achieve the desired effect. Kubrick’s films are lauded by critics and audiences alike for their thought-provoking themes and indelible imagery which have had an enduring influence on cinema culture. He is considered one of the greatest filmmakers in history.

Despite his success, he rarely granted interviews and was highly secretive about his personal life and work processes. He died in 1999 at the age of 70. Kubrick’s legacy continues to live on today through his impressive body of work, which has been celebrated both in film history books and at film festivals around the world. His influence on contemporary cinema is undeniable, inspiring generations of filmmakers to push the boundaries of storytelling and visual artistry. Stanley Kubrick will forever be remembered as one of the greatest cinematic visionaries of all time.

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Stanley Kubrick Movies

1951Day of the Fight
1951Flying Padre
1953Fear and Desire
1953The Seafarers
1955Killer’s Kiss
1956The Killing
1957Paths of Glory
1964Dr. Strangelove
19682001: A Space Odyssey
1971A Clockwork Orange
1975Barry Lyndon
1980The Shining
1987Full Metal Jacket
1999Eyes Wide Shut
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