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  • The thieves wear hoods and skull masks that make them resemble grim reapers, a strategy first adopted in Kubrick's The Killing.

    The Town

  • This new stage adaptation by New Yorkers Ed DuRante and Fred Carl, commissioned by Theatre Royal Stratford East, restores to the story Burgess's original final chapter of hope and redemption, which was missed out from the US editions of the novel and Kubrick's film, and was the main reason the writers took on the project.

    This week's new theatre and dance

  • You make it sound like Saul Bass was a regular collaborator on Kubrick's films, while in fact he only made opening titles for 1 out of 13 Kubrick films. jawsfan

    VOTD: If Saul Bass Had Created The Openings of Lost and Tron | /Film

  • How many people watch Solaris every year, or Kubrick's 2001.

    Joel Silver and Dark Castle Buying Sundance Horror Hit Splice? | /Film

  • Did you say Paths of Glory? as in a remake of Kubrick's Paths of Glory? ecualung

    Isla Fisher to Kiss and Tell | /Film

  • Audience members, required to remain silent and wear those masks which make them appear like the orgy participants in Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut are left to wander around the hotel, essentially searching for the action wherever it's happening.

    Robert Loerzel: Getting Lost in 'Sleep No More'

  • After Christmas, check out James Cameron's "Avatar" in Dolby Digital 3-D and, likewise a work of visual astonishment, Stanley Kubrick's lauded yet little seen these days " Barry Lyndon ."

    Last Year, Last Chance

  • TK tk "Paths of Glory," Kirk Douglas, 1957 Since then, popular feeling has caught up with critical regard, and Mr. Kubrick's picture—based on a 1935 novel by Humphrey Cobb—has attained a status commensurate with its meticulous craftsmanship and sadly timeless message.

    A Great Film's Sadly Timeless Message

  • When Stanley Kubrick's "Paths of Glory" opened in American theaters in late December 1957, more than four years had passed since U.S. troops had fought on the Korean peninsula.

    A Great Film's Sadly Timeless Message

  • An ability to pivot drastically without strain—to go from black comedy to heart-rending affirmation—was one of Mr. Kubrick's great gifts as a filmmaker.

    A Great Film's Sadly Timeless Message

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