Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition (Jun 30–Oct 30, 2016)

Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition (Jun 30–Oct 30, 2016)
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Today IndieHouse SF is taking a look at The CJM’s Stanley Kubrick exhibition. Here’s what SF Gate has to say about this inspiring event:

With “Dr. Strangelove,” “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “A Clockwork Orange,” “The Shining” and “Full Metal Jacket” to his credit, the late Stanley Kubrick was one of the most seminal figures in filmmaking history.

He also was a remarkable father.

“He taught me how to use a camera and would endlessly answer any questions we might have had,” says his stepdaughter. Katharina Kubrick. “If he was in the middle of something, he always had time for us and our problems. He had enormous capacity for concentration, so even if he was interrupted it didn’t seem to affect his flow. His stock phrase was: ‘You either care, or you don’t,’ and this attitude was his modus operandi, whether it was his films, his family or his pets.”Kubrick's stepdaughter

Those attributes are illustrated in “Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition,” an exhaustive collection of materials from the director’s private estate in London, organized by Deutsches Filmmuseum in Frankfurt, opening today and running through October at the Contemporary Jewish Museum.

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