Stanley Kubrick is widely considered to be one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, having created some of the most innovative, controversial, and enigmatic films in cinema history. Join us for this one-day course exploring his work.
“A film is – or should be – more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings.” – Stanley Kubrick
Stanley Kubrick is widely considered to be one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, having produced some of the most innovative, controversial, and enigmatic films in cinema history.
Led by tutor Dr Connor Winterton, this one-day course explores Kubrick’s influence on cinema and alternatively what influenced his own films; examines Kubrick’s films in regard to style and narrative; and introduces participants to theoretical concepts which can heighten our understanding (and criticism) of Kubrick’s films.
11.30am – Intro and ice-breakers
11.45am – Kubrick's early life
12pm – Kubrick, The Early Years: The Killing and Paths of Glory
12.30pm – BREAK
12.40pm – The 1960s: Lolita & Dr. Strangelove
1.30pm – The 1960s Part II: 2001: A Space Odyssey – the greatest film of all time?
2pm – Lunch
2.45pm – The 1970s: A Clockwork Orange and Barry Lyndon
3.30pm – The 1980s: The Shining and Full Metal Jacket
4.15pm – Break
4.25pm – His final work: Eyes Wide Shut
5pm – End