Lost Birds (Turkey, 2015)
This cave scene was masterfully shot using only the available light of the match. DP and co-director Aren Perdici studied the lenses Stanley Kubrick used for Barry Lyndon and translated that for use on the Arri Alexa.
The lovely @marisaberensonofficial in #StanleyKubrick 's #BarryLyndon (1975). I recently saw this for the first time in decades, and I loved both the acting and the beauty of its photography. A masterpiece of cinema from a great director.
In an England of the future, Alex (#malcolmmcdowell ) and his "#droogs " spend their nights getting high at the Korova Milkbar before embarking on "a little of the old ultraviolence," while jauntily warbling "Singin' in the Rain." After he's jailed for bludgeoning the Cat Lady to death, Alex submits tobehavior modification technique to earn his freedom; he's conditioned to abhor violence. Returned to the world defenseless, Alex becomes the victim of his prior victims.
Images @brigittewaldach: Violence, Spatial drawing with six channel sound,
#martaherford , 2013
The installation “Violence” takes #slavojzizek ’s book “Violence” with the subtitle “Six Sideways Reflections” as its point of departure. Beginning with the graphic floor design, a reference to the carpet from the horror film #theshining (1980), which #stanleykubrick designed himself, six red solid hexagonal shapes materialize. From the loudspeakers, spoken texts can be heard referring to Žižek’s six-part classification of the concept of violence: subjective and invisible, symbolic and systemic violence, the politics of fear and communication, and divine and physical violence…more http://waldach.com/en/portfolio/violence/
A Clockwork Orange de Stanley Kubrick.
Día 2 de películas que dejaron una marca en mí. Solo una imagen, sin explicación. Nomino a @daniel_martin_novel para que continúe con la cadena: 10 días, 10 películas, 10 nominaciones.
Memorial Weekend Special - The Greatest War Films Are
Anti-War Films - Paths of Glory (1957)
Directed by Stanley Kubrick and staring Kirk Douglas, the story is set in a trench warfare attack during World War One and the court-marshal proceedings that followed.
A powerful script, based the novel by Humphrey Cobb was written by Stanley Kubrick, Calder Willingham and Jim Thompson.
Cinematography by George Krause. Film Editing by Eva Kroll. Art Direction by Ludwig Reiber.