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The Kubrick Series

Jamey DuVall

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The Kubrick Series includes in-depth analysis and recounts of the Stanley Kubrick canon from Fear and Desire to The Shining, as well as over 60 interviews with his collaborators, friends and assorted critics and analyists, including Matthew Modine, Vincent D'Onofrio, Leon Vitali, James B. Harris, Malcolm McDowell and many others.
 
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Episode 49 : A Clockwork Orange with Mike Tarn We continue with our series of special shows covering A Clockwork Orange, commemorating the 50th anniversary of its 1971 release. Michael Tarn is a British stage, film and television actor. He started acting in his teens and went on to appear in a whole host of brilliant British television shows includ…
 
Episode 48 : Nurse Shirley Foster with Maria Galindo We continue with our series of special shows covering A Clockwork Orange, commemorating the 50th anniversary of its 1971 release. Hopefully you’ve heard our previous episode with Shirley and Tony Jaffe and their tales of working on the film, as this one is is a bit of a tie in. We’re gonna hear f…
 
Episode 47 : A Clockwork Orange with Shirley and Tony Jaffe Shirley Jaffe is a British actress who trained at the Central School of Speech & Drama in 1954. Among other early jobs, she was in the first British Theatre in the Round Company at Scarborough, with Stephen Joseph and later Alan Ayckbourn. Her film career began in the mid-’50s with Crime/D…
 
Episode 46 : Capturing Kubrick with Dmitri Kasterine Dmitri Kasterine was born in 1932 and was educated at Radley College, Oxfordshire. In 1961 he began his professional career as a photographer, working for publications such as Queen and The Daily Telegraph Magazine. In 1986, he left Britain to move to the United States, which he had first visited…
 
EPISODE 45 : 2001 A Space Odyssey with Mike Kaplan Mike Kaplan is a film producer, documentary director, actor, award-winning poster designer, marketing strategist, and songwriter. He has been a close associate to many visionary filmmakers including Robert Altman, Hal Ashby, Lindsay Anderson, Mike Hodges, Alan Rudolph, and Paul Thomas Anderson. He …
 
Episode 44 : The Seafarers with Alexander Pietrzak In 1953, twenty-five-year-old Stanley Kubrick shot his first colour film, The Seafarers. In doing so, he also scored an early payday as a young independent filmmaker. Lost to the public for decades, Kubrick’s industrial short film for the SIU was ultimately brought to the attention of Kubrick schol…
 
Episode 43 : 2001 A Space Odyssey and Beyond with Doug Trumbull Hey, everyone. Thanks for checking in with us once again at Kubrick’s Universe, where we continue our ongoing mission to explore the art and vision of the late, great Stanley Kubrick. If you’re listening to this, odds are you’ve seen 2OOI: A Space Odyssey. Well, have you ever seen Clos…
 
Episode 42 : Kubrick's Hour : End of Year Round-Up 2020 with the team from SKAS 2020. The year that took years, and took years off our lives; and with terrible sadness and personal grief not lost to those of us in Kubrick’s Universe, years away from far too many souls. 2020. That was the year that… sucked. Two-thousand and twenty. The year we… avoi…
 
Episode 41 : Making Barry Lyndon with Gay Hamilton Hello there rubes, ruffians, and rapscallions, we’ve got another episode of Kubrick’s Universe for you, dedicated to an appreciation of Stanley’s hauntingly gorgeous oil painting of a film, Barry Lyndon. By which I mean we’ve had the pleasure of chatting with Nora Brady herself, the wonderful Scott…
 
An exploration of Kubrick's seminal Vietnam War film with a panel of special guests including actors Matthew Modine and Vincent D'Onofrio, Kubrick's personal assistant Leon Vitali, cinematographer Douglas Milsome, journalist and author Tim Cahill, Vietnam veteran and film professor Harry Haines, film and philosophy professor Daniel Shaw. author Ran…
 
An assortment of Kubrick's closest collaborators and various critics and analysts examine the mysteries of Kubrick's masterpiece of horror, which stands as his most mainstream and pleasing, yet deceptively cryptic works. Guests include actor and Kubrick’s long-time personal assistant Leon Vitali, Steadicam inventor Garrett Brown, biographer Vincent…
 
In celebration of one of the most beautifully photographed and haunting films ever made, our panel of special guests explore the rewards of Kubrick's costume epic Barry Lyndon. Guests include actor and long-time Kubrick assistants Leon Vitali and Tony Frewin, writer/director Neil Labute (Your Friends and Neighbors), assistant directors Andy Anderso…
 
A Clockwork Orange shocked and scandalized the world upon its initial release nearly 50 years ago, and continues to maintain its immense power to this day. Guests include actor Malcolm McDowell, Kubrick's personal assistant Tony Frewin, film professors Steve Mamber and R. Burton Palmer, biographer Vincent LoBrutto, authors Stuart Y. McDougal, Mario…
 
A celebration of one of the towering achievements of the cinematic medium - 2001: A Space Odyssey - with behind the scenes anecdotes from key talents on the film and detailed analysis from a panel of top film critics and authors. Guests include actor Dan Richter (Moonwatcher), biographer Vincent LoBrutto, author Mario Falsetto, author Randy Rasmuss…
 
Trace the origins of Stanley Kubrick's stellar career - from Look magazine photographer to director of early classics including 'Fear and Desire', 'Killer's Kiss', 'The Killing', 'Lolita', 'Paths of Glory', 'Spartacus' and 'Dr. Strangelove'. Guests include producer James B. Harris, actors Shane Rimmer, Shirley Douglas, and Richard Anderson, biograp…
 
Episode 40 : Mythbusting & Model Making with Mike Scott Mike Scott is a model maker, science fiction nut and a self-confessed NERD. He was a child during the Apollo Space Programme in the 60’s and at 6 years old was blown away when he saw 2OO1 A Space Odyssey in the cinema with his dad. After eventually working out what was real and what was just a…
 
Episode 39 : Full Metal Jacket with Adrian Bush Ok, so we have a fun show for you with a pretty unique guest and very cool guy. His name is Adrian Bush. In 1985, Ady was a 19 year-old British Army Reservist who learned that a call had been put out for military extras for an upcoming film production. The film turned out to be Kubrick’s inimitable 19…
 
Episode 38 : 2001 and Beyond with Keir Dullea In this episode you’ll hear Keir Dullea chatting with us about how he came to work on 2001: A Space Odyssey, meeting Stanley Kubrick for the first time, his experiences on the set, and how it all altered the trajectory of his career and changed his life. He also tells us other fascinating stories, from …
 
Frewin was Kubrick's assistant for over 30 years beginning with '2001: A Space Odyssey'. He would later write the screenplay for Brian W. Cook's 'Color Me Kubrick', and serves as the producer of Jan Harlan's documentary 'Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures'.โดย Jamey DuVall
 
Armstrong began his feature film career as an assistant director on Kubrick's 'Barry Lyndon', then went on to similar duties on terrific films like 'The Dresser' and 'Hope and Glory'. He is also a highly esteemed stunt coordinator, where he has worked in some of the most beloved films of the past 25 years.…
 
Kreider is a renowned cartoonist and writer, whose critical essays have appeared in Film Quarterly, The Comics Journal, Jump Cut, and Lip, and have been anthologized in Depth of Field: Stanley Kubrick, Film, and the Uses of History.โดย Jamey DuVall
 
Magistrale is a Professor in English at the University of Vermont since 1983. He has written several books about Stephen King and Edgar Allan Poe, including Stephen King: America's Storyteller, which includes a piece titled 'Why The Shining Still Matters'.โดย Jamey DuVall
 
Blakemore is an ABC News reporter who primarily covers the Catholic Church and global warming issues. In 1987, Blakemore penned a widely read and highly influential essay for the Washington Post on Kubrick's 'The Shining', where he observed the film's veiled preoccupation with the genocide of the American Indian.…
 
LaBute is the tremendously talented and controversial writer/director of 'In the Company of Men', 'Your Friends and Neighbors', 'Nurse Betty', 'The Shape of Things' and 'Lakeview Terrace'. Kubrick's 'Barry Lyndon' is one of his favorite films.โดย Jamey DuVall
 
Falsetto is a professor of cinema studies at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, where he utilizies his impressive areas of expertise in contemporary American Cinema; experimental film; independent narrative film; the films of Stanley Kubrick, Nicolas Roeg, Stan Brakhage, Federico Fellini, Terence Davies…
 
McDougal is a visiting scholar at Cornell University. His in-depth book titled 'Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange' chronicles the making of Kubrick's extraordinary film, and its enduring legacy that carries on to this day.โดย Jamey DuVall
 
Rasmussen is the author of 'Stanley Kubrick: 7 Films Analyzed', an intensive, scene-by-scene analysis of Kubrick's most mature work-seven meticulously wrought films, from Dr. Strangelove to Eyes Wide Shut. He has also authored a similar exploration on the films of Orson Welles.โดย Jamey DuVall
 
Professor Shaw is the managing editor of the Film and Philosophy journal, and serves as Chair of the philosophy department at Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania. His examination of Kubrick's work, titled 'Nihilism and Freedom in the Films of Stanley Kubrick', appeared in the book 'The Philosophy of Stanley Kubrick'.…
 
Cook served as the assistant director on Kubrick's 'Barry Lyndon', 'The Shining' and 'Eyes Wide Shut', and would later go on to direct 'Color Me Kubrick' starring John Malkovich as Alan Conway, a man who posed as Kubrick during the production of his last film in order to gain social status. As an assistant director, Cook has collaborated with filmm…
 
"Full Metal Jacket" was D'Onofrio's screen debut. So indelible was his performance that it forever placed him in the pantheon of our greatest actors. D'Onofrio gained 70 pounds for the role of Leonard, shed his hair, and struggled through the emotional turmoil that coincided with this dramatic physical transformation.…
 
Harry Haines is a Professor in the School of Communication and Media at Montclair State University. A Vietnam veteran, Mr. Haines has studied and written extensively on the depcition of war in cinema.โดย Jamey DuVall
 
By the time he was offered the starring role in Kubrick's 'Full Metal Jacket', Modine had alread worked with some of our finest directors, including Alan Parker, John Sayles and Robert Altman. In subsequent years, Modine has delivered indelible performances in high profile films like 'Gross Anatomy', 'And the Band Played On' and 'Any Given Sunday'.…
 
Tsui is a producer for The Criterion Collection, the renowned home entertainment company that specializes in the restoration of classic or obscure cinema. Tsui recently produced the company's Blu-ray release of Kubrick's classic anti-war film 'Paths of Glory'.โดย Jamey DuVall
 
Watson collaborated with Kubrick for the better part of a year on the screen story for 'A.I.', which would eventually be directed by Steven Speilberg following Kubrick's death. He is a renowned author of science fiction novels.โดย Jamey DuVall
 
Mamber teaches in the Cinema and Media Studies Program of the Department of Film, Television and Digital Media at UCLA - Berkley. He is a founding member of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. His writings on Stanley Kubrick include an examination of 'A Clockwork Orange' and Kubrick's use of spacial concepts throughout his films.…
 
Macklin is a freelance film critic. A current member of the Las Vegas Film Critics Society, he is a former film and literature professor at the University of Dayton, and the former editor of the filmcrit magazine Film Heritage. His articles and reviews have been most recently featured at Rotten Tomatoes and The Internet Movie Database, as well as i…
 
One of the great cinematic innovators, Brown was called upon to operate his new and revolutionary invention - the Steadicam - during the shooting of 'The Shining'. Throughout the process, Brown gained invaluable insights into Kubrick's meticulous and precise technical demands.โดย Jamey DuVall
 
Palmer is Calhoun Lemon Professor of Literature, Professor of Film and Screenwriting, British Literature at Clemson University and the author of many books on literature and film. He has written extensively about Kubrick's work, including an essay for Jerold Abrams' 'The Philosophy of Stanley Kubrick'.…
 
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