Keyword : Stanley Kubrick
An analysis of Kubrick's SF masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey, which suggests taking a cue from the text itself in terms of our desire to know the meaning of things: accept our limitations.
A psychoanalytical analysis of Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut which covers issues of gender analysis, feminism and authorship.
A Left-Handed Form of Human Endeavour: Narrative Comparisons & Contrasts Between the Noir Heist Film
An analysis comparing the narrative structures of two seminal noir heist films, The Asphalt Jungle and The Killing.
Using the critical status of Stanley Kubrick, David Church analyzes how the films of a revered art film auteur can also be held up examples of cult cinema.
The conclusion of Hendrik's multi-layered study of Kubrick.
In the first of a two-part analysis, Leah Hendriks explores the fascinating interconnections that exist above and below the surfaces between maverick director Stanley Kubrick and the experimental film works of Maya Deren, Jordan Belson, Stan Brakhage, and Kenneth Anger. Hendriks concentrates mainly on 2001: A Space Odyssey (in part one) and Eyes Wide Shut (in part two).
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