Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures

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Christiane Kubrick
Little, Brown, 2002 - Photography - 190 pages
One of the great film directors of our time, Stanley Kubrick had a profound influence on motion pictures. He was a notoriously private man, rarely granting interviews. For the first time, his life will be portrayed in over 200 images from film, photographs, and the words and full-color paintings of Christiane Kubrick, his wife for over 42 years.

Never before seen photographs offer a unique perspective on a man, his times, and his films -- from his very first, Day of Flight (1950), through to his last and unrealized project, finished by Steven Spielberg, A.I. (2001).

"Stanley Kubrick": A Life in Pictures explores the many and varied aspects of its subject -- the director, the producer, the photographer, the writer and, not least of all, the man himself.

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Christiane Kubrick has lived in England teaching and exhibiting her paintings and drawings since 1961.

Steven Spielberg is a director and filmaker.

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