Kubrick's war film is both brutally honest, funny, horrifying and moving.
Meet Jan Harlan at Cinemateket. Harlan was not only Kubrick's producer, but also the brother of Kubrick's widow Christiane. His multifaceted and thorough documentary portrait 'Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures' (2001) lets us take a thorough look at Kubrick's life and work.
Stanley Kubrick's 'Fear and Desire' is rarely listed in official Kubrick filmographies. The intense war film follows a group of soldiers who make an emergency landing behind enemy lines in an unnamed country and who struggle to make it to safety.
The madness of war can hardly be described more succinctly than in Kubrick's 'The Paths of Glory', thanks to the director's sober approach to incomprehensible cruelty.
Experience Wendy Carlos's music for Stanley Kubrick's classic 'A Clockwork Orange', performed by The Will Gregory Moog Ensemble, which includes members of Goldfrapp, Massive Attack and Portishead.
'The Killing' was Kubrick's crucial breakthrough as a director. The acting and characterisations are top notch, and the cinematography feels buoyant.
Meral is new in the city and immediately finds a playmate: he is small, grey and - a mouse who helps her understand more about the cycle of life.
When Toda’s dad is called away unexpectedly to defend his country, Toda undertakes an adventurous and challenging journey towards the neighbouring country in order to find her mum.
Storm (12) inadvertently becomes the focus of a manhunt involving a letter from Luther that led to his father's arrest. With help from an orphaned girl named Marieke (12), Storm races against time to save his father from being burned at the stake.