Stanley Kubrick Director, Screenwriter, Producer – Biography

Stanley Kubrick, (1928 – 1999)

Stanley Kubrick was a famous screenwriter film producer and director. Stanley Kubrick was born on  26 July, 1928 New York City, USA. He began as a club photographer with Look magazine, before whole his directorial debut in documentaries in 1950. He aroused to features, and beside manoeuvring Spartacus (1960), went to the UK, where he specious a distribution of charismatic individualism in diversiform film genres: Lolita (1962), shadowy book in Dr Strangelove (1964), psychedelic scoop white lie in 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), urban raging in A Clockwork Orange, scripted by Anthony Burgess (1971, withdrawn from circulation in Britain at the director’s request, but released professional in 2000), a term deb in Barry Lyndon (1975), and a timidity film, The Shining (1980). His screenplay for a beat film, Napoleon, was common on the Internet in 2000, and likely withdrawn by the executors of the Kubrick estate.

Stanley Kubrick Films

1953 Fear and Desire
1953 The Seafarers
1955 Killer’s Kiss
1956 The Killing
1957 Paths of Glory
1960 Spartacus
1962 Lolita
1964 Dr Strangelove
1968 2001: A Space Odyssey
1971 A Clockwork Orange
1975 Barry Lyndon
1980 The Shining
1987 Full Metal Jacket
1999 Eyes Wide Shut

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