University of Hertfordshire holds Stanley Kubrick exhibition
THE life and work of one the world’s greatest film directors is the subject of a new exhibition by the University of Hertfordshire.
Kubrick Visions is a day-long festival celebrating the films of Stanley Kubrick, who spent much of his working life living in Hertfordshire and was famous for movies like A Clockwork Orange.
In association with St Albans Museums, the uni’s School of Creative Arts will host a day of lectures and speeches from several people who knew and worked with Kubrick, including Jan Harlan, executive producer for Barry Lyndon, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket and Eyes Wide Shut, and Chris Baker, the conceptual artist who worked with Steven Spielberg on A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) following Kubrick’s death in 1999.
Kubrick Visions will take place next Friday, May 28, at the university’s law school in St Albans, and is part of a Stanley Kubrick season running from now until September, featuring film screenings, talks and workshops.
Tickets for the festival cost �35 per person and include lunch and refreshments.
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