PHOTOGRAPHING STANLEY KUBRICK’S BARRY LYNDON

2017-10-07T08:43:58-07:00 March 28th, 2017|Categories: CINEMA, INTERVIEWS, STANLEY KUBRICK|Tags: , , |

Interview with Director of Photography John Alcott Among all the film-makers of the world, there is no one quite like Stanley Kubrick. To be more accurate, there is no one even remotely like him. An early dropout from formal education, largely self-taught, but possessed of a razor-sharp intelligence and a [...]

KUBRICK’S SHINING – REVIEW BY RICHARD T. JAMESON FOR “FILM COMMENT”

2017-03-23T14:46:01-07:00 March 23rd, 2017|Categories: CINEMA, STANLEY KUBRICK|Tags: , , |

by Richard T. Jameson Camera comes in low over an immense Western lake, its destination apparently a small island at the center that seems to consist of nothing but treetops. Draw nearer, then sweep over and pass the island, skewing slightly now in search of a central focus at the [...]

IL BUONO, IL BRUTTO, IL CATTIVO di Marcello Garofalo

2017-04-12T12:56:02-07:00 March 17th, 2017|Categories: CINEMA, SERGIO LEONE|Tags: , |

di Marcello Garofalo Una località isolata battuta dal vento. Due uomini scendono da cavallo avanzando verso un terzo, loro complice: insieme entrano in un saloon sparando all’impazzata, quando dalla finestra sbuca un messicano, Tuco, tenendo in una mano un cosciotto di bue e nell’altra la pistola. Fermo immagine con la [...]

REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS FORGOTTEN: THE SHINING

2017-03-18T17:24:00-07:00 March 15th, 2017|Categories: CINEMA|Tags: |

by Thomas Allen Nelson After Barry Lyndon, his least commercially successful but one of his most artistically satisfying films, Stanley Kubrick turned to a contemporary American horror novel by Stephen King. As interesting a potboiler in its own right as Thackeray’s obscure nineteenth-century picaresque adventure, King’s The Shining (1977) represented [...]