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Stanley Kubrick and Geoffrey Unsworth developed a system for calculating from the grey tones of b/w Polaroids the right lighting for filming
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Stanley Kubrick Exhibition at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) November 25, 2005 – January 29, 2006

ACMI, Main entrance

ACMI, Café at Federation Square

ACMI, Side Entrance

Banner inside ACMI

Intro to the exhibition

Exhibition area Early Films

Stanley Kubrick’s Eyemo Camera

Exhibition area LOLITA

Exhibition area DR. STRANGELOVE

Model of the War Room and film clip on screen

Exhibition area SPARTACUS

Exhibition area Napoleon

Starchild from 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY

Exhibition area 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY

Exhibition area A CLOCKWORK ORANGE

Exhibition area THE SHINING

Exhibition area FULL METAL JACKET

Exhibition area EYES WIDE SHUT

Venetian masks from EYES WIDE SHUT

Stanley Kubrick’s collection of lenses

Show case with lenses

Exhibition opening, foyer

Hans-Peter Reichmann

From left to right: Hans-Peter Reichmann, Terry Cutler, Tony Sweeney, Christiane Kubrick, Mary Delahunty, Malcolm McDowell
© courtesy of Carla Gottgens

Christiane Kubrick and Malcolm McDowell
© courtesy of Carla Gottgens

Mary Delahunty
© courtesy of Carla Gottgens
All other photographs © Deutsches Filmmuseum Frankfurt am Main  


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