Kubrick x 8

June 9 to June 17

Actor turned ace aider-and-abettor, Leon Vitali dedicated himself to helping to realize the outsized visions of director Stanley Kubrick after appearing in his Barry Lyndon (1975)—and the new Filmworker pays tribute to his noble, underappreciated work. In connection to Filmworker’s opening, Metrograph selected eight of Kubrick’s creative triumphs from before and during his connection with Vitali, movies that need no excuse to be screened, all showing the mark of the master’s inimitable steel-trap mind, as well as the collective effort of an assembled army of unsung behind-the-scenes and below-the-line heroes like Vitali who help to move cinema forward.

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