A director is a kind of idea and taste machine; a movie is a series of creative and technical decisions, and it’s the director’s job to make the right decisions as frequently as possible. Shooting a movie is the worst milieu for creative work ever devised by man.
Traduzione italiana della celebre intervista rilasciata nel 1968 da Stanley Kubrick a Eric Nordern per la rivista Playboy
Jeremy Bernstein’s 1966 profile of director Stanley Kubrick
The last formal interview Stanley Kubrick gave was in London in 1987 as part of the publicity campaign for “Full Metal Jacket”. By Tim Cahill of Rolling Stone magazine
Hailed in Farewell by Eugene Archer Critics have always debated the correct way to apportion the credit for a multi-million-dollar production among producers, writers, actors
by Lloyd Rose PINEWOOD GREEN, ENGLAND – The board room at Pinewood Studios is disturbingly baroque. The ceiling sags with chandeliers. Gilt-edged paneling dresses every
Philip Strick & Penelope Houston interview with Stanley Kubrick regarding ‘A Clockwork Orange’
Interviewer Charlie Kohler met with Kubrick in an MGM conference room surrounded by posters and stills from 2001. Kubrick was eager to discuss his new film.
Kubrick Country by Penelope Houston, an interview on A Clockwork Orange, Saturday Review, 25 December 1971
A candid conversation with the pioneering creator of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr. Strangelove and Lolita
Interview with Stanley Kubrick by Canadian Film Critic John Hofsess, published in The Soho News, May 1980