The Stanley Kubrick exhibit made its only U.S. stop at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in November and will be closing on June 30. If you can't make it to L.A. to see the large-scale show — which gathered a history of Kubrick scripts, photography, cameras, models, costumes, props and more — YouTube user MrChopper0077 has created a three-part video tour (below).
Set to the scores Kubrick featured in his films, you can tour the display that takes viewers from Kubrick's early days as a photographer for Look magazine, to his greatest films up until his death in 1999, and the artistic and technical achievements he accomplished during his career. After you watch these videos, consider downloading LACMA's free iPhone/iPad/Android app, which "features photographs, script notes, an interactive timeline of Kubrick’s career, and original interviews with Stan Douglas, Elvis Mitchell, Chris Nolan, Terry Semel, David Slade and Douglas Trumbull about the director’s life and legacy. Excerpts from a rare 1965 interview with Kubrick, courtesy of Jeremy Bernstein, are also included."
Get a fantastic, mini film-school lesson on one of cinema's greatest filmmakers of all time. [via Open Culture; Photo credit: Eren Blanquet Unten]