Tag: Stanley Kubrick

December 19, 2015 / / Art
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June 30, 2013 / / Architecture

Poppets, we finally saw, “Star Trek Into Darkness”. And, besides the whiz-bang-doing-the-backstroke-through-my-gallon-sized-MEDIUM-coke, and clutching Mr. Lester’s hand at regular intervals, I had a wonderful time. The highpoint of the experience for me was seeing Production Designer, Scott Chambliss’, deep bow to the master, Ken Adam. If ever we meet, Mister,…

June 3, 2013 / / Architecture

Scheduled for release by Columbia Pictures in early fall, Dr. Strangelove is being shot in England, it was explained, to accommodate Peter Sellers, who was unable to leave the country for domestic reasons. In addition to the President, the protean Sellers also plays the title role of a German scientist,…

February 17, 2013 / / Architecture

Lady Lyndon on screen in a shimmery blue gown – scenes were shot in natural light and candlelight with special lenses to capture the look of 18th Century paintings. Costumes designed by Milena Canonero and Ulla-Britt Søderlund: .

February 17, 2013 / / Architecture

This is a set model – it’s hanging just above eye level in the gallery. Shooting on the set:

February 17, 2013 / / Architecture
February 17, 2013 / / Architecture

Screenwriter Dalton Trumbo was blacklisted at the time as one of the Hollywood Ten. Kirk Douglas publicly announced that Trumbo was the screenwriter of Spartacus, and President John F. Kennedy crossed picket lines to see the movie, helping to end blacklisting. via Spartacus (film) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The…

February 17, 2013 / / Architecture

This exhibit is comprehensive, illuminating, beautiful – and on the way in you can stand in the funny linear yellow tube field with all the toddlers. Me and The Kid: