piątek, 9 maja 2014

Stanley Kubrick's exhibition in Poland!

Stanley Kubrick
Deutsches Filmmuseum in Frankfurt, together with Kubrick's inheritors created an exhibition that presents unique materials expressing uncompromising vision of Stanley Kubrick's cinema. Kubrick was a director, screen player, operator and editor. He is regarded as the icon of the cinematography and the master of the hidden acceptations. National Museum in Cracow is the 11th host of the exposition dedicated to the man, whose output has an unflagging influence on the next generations of filmmakers and artists. The exhibition will be interesting not only for amateurs but for experts as well. For those, who are familiar with Kubrick's work it would be an unforgettable adventure. Those, who are new to his talent, will discover his genius.
The exhibition shows over 1000 exhibits from the Kubrick Archives: iconographic items from some of his films, costumes, props, original screenplays, and books with director's notes. One can also admire Kubrick's photos,copywright images, documents, letters, posters, awards, technical equipment (cameras ) and equipment used during filming and editing(clapperboards and decorations). Objects are supplemented by the assembled fragments of music ordered or used by Kubrick to illustrate the films, and selected movie scenes that will be displayed on monitors and screens.

National Museum in Kraków, Main building, al. 3 Maja 1,
Opening hours:
Monday - closed
Tuesday - Saturday - 10.00 - 18.00
Sunday - 10.00 - 16.00

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