Stanley Kubrick at the Cinémathèque Française
The next major exhibition at the Cinémathèque Française is dedicated to world cinema maverick and demigod, Stanley Kubrick. The exhibition was developed in Frankfurt in 2004 by curator Hans-Peter Reichmann in collaboration with Kubrick’s widow Christiane Kubrick, and has already travelled to a number of cities internationally. It presents Stanley Kubrick’s archives, presented by film project – notes, photos, film scripts, letters, research documents, photos of film shoots, costumes and accessories, but also large-scale models and interactive digital installations – and includes unfinished projects: the Napoleon that Kubrick hoped to direct, and his project for a film on the death camps, Aryan Papers. The exhibition will be accompanied by a retrospective of all Kubrick’s films (23 Mar-18 April), find the screening program here. There’s also a competition in partnership with Dailymotion: Send in your short film on Kubrick and his work and win a trip to New York for 4 nights, for two people!
Wed 23 March-31 July.
Cinémathèque Française, 51 rue de Bercy, 12th. M° Bercy. 01.71.19.33.33/ www.cinemathequefrancaise.com