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  1. Stanley Kubrick nació en 1928 en el seno de una familia judía acomodada residente en el barrio neoyorquino del Bronx. [17] Era el primogénito del matrimonio formado por Jacob Leonard Kubrick (1902-1985) y Sadie Gertrude Perveler, quienes tuvieron también a una niña llamada Barbara.

  2. Stanley Kubrick (/ ˈ k uː b r ɪ k /; July 26, 1928 – March 7, 1999) was an American film director, producer, screenwriter, and photographer.He is frequently cited as one of the greatest filmmakers in cinematic history.

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  3. Stanley Kubrick (1928–1999) directed thirteen feature films and three short documentaries over the course of his career. His work as a director, spanning diverse genres, is widely regarded as influential. Kubrick made his directorial debut in 1951 with the documentary short Day of the Fight, followed by Flying Padre later that year.

  4. Stanley Kubrick fue un director, productor, guionista, fotógrafo y editor estadounidense.Comenzó a trabajar en la industria cinematográfica en 1951, año en el que se estrenó su primer proyecto, el cortometraje documental Day of the Fight, [1] que fue comprado por RKO Pictures.

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    Kubrick was born in the Bronx, New York City and lived there during his youth. Stanley was a poor student in school but his father, who was a doctor, taught Stanley how to play chess and gave him a camera. Kubrick finished high school in 1946 and could not get into a college. This was because of his poor grades in school and because colleges were full with many American soldier's who returned from World War II that same year. During this time, Kubrick played games of chess with people for money. He was a good chess player and won many games. He used the money he won from playing chess to buy food and photography equipment. Kubrick got a job at a magazine in New York City that was called Look Magazine. Kubrick also enjoyed watching movies and thought that he could make better movies than the movies that were being made at the time. He first made two small documentaries. One of them was about a boxer and was called Day of the Fight. The other documentary was about a religious man and...

    Spartacus

    After Stanley Kubrick completed Paths of Glory, he worked on a big Hollywood movie named Spartacus in 1960. The movie is about a gladiator who fights Rome. It made a lot of money and was a success but Kubrick did not enjoy working on it. He did not enjoy working on it because of problems he had with the other people working on the movie who controlled it. Kubrick desired to have a lot of control in making his movies, and after making Spartacushe only worked on movies that he had full control...

    Lolita

    Kubrick moved to the United Kingdom in 1962, to make his next movie, Lolita. He liked the United Kingdom very much and decided to live there for the rest of his life. The movie Lolita was the first movie that Kubrick made that created a lot of controversy. The movie was based upon a book by the Russian author Vladimir Nabokov that was also very controversial at the time. The movie shows the relationship between a very young woman and an older man. This is a forbidden topic in the United State...

    Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

    For the movie Lolita, Kubrick hired the talented and famous actor Peter Sellers. Kubrick respected Peter's acting and asked him to act as three different characters in Kubrick's next movie, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, which was released in 1963. Dr. Strangelove was a comedy but it was about very serious topics. These are called black comedies. The movie was about the Cold War and was very controversial but also very successful. The movie had a large c...

    Just a few days after completing the editing of Eyes Wide Shut, Kubrick died from a heart attack in Harpenden, Hertfordshire. In the year 2001, the American movie director Steven Spielberg filmed A.I.: Artificial Intelligence. A.I was a movie that Stanley Kubrick had worked on before Eyes Wide Shut, but did not finish. Steven Spielberg based his movie on Kubrick's plans. The movie received a poor response from audiences and did not make as much money as expected. The movie was thought to be more Spielberg's movie than Kubrick's movie.

    All of Stanley Kubrick's later movies, except for The Shining, were nominated for Oscars or Golden Globes. 2001: A Space Odyssey had many technical awards, including a BAFTA award for cinematographer and an Academy Award for best visual effects. As director of special effects on the movie, Kubrick got the award. This was Kubrick's only personal Oscar win among 13 nominations. Nominations for his movies were mostly in the areas of cinematography, art design, screenwriting, and music. Only four of his movies were nominated by either an Oscar or Golden Globe for their acting performances: Spartacus, Lolita, Dr. Strangelove, and A Clockwork Orange. Personal awards for Kubrick: Kubrick received two awards from major film festivals: "Best Director" from the Locarno International Film Festival in 1959 for Killer's Kiss, and "Bastone Bianco Award" at the Venice Film Festival in 1999 for Eyes Wide Shut. The Venice Film Festival awarded him the "Career Golden Lion" in 1997. He received the D....

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    • Film director, producer, screenwriter, photographer
    • March 7, 1999 (aged 70), Childwickbury, England
    • Leben und Künstlerisches Wirken
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    • Auszeichnungen
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    • Literatur
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    • Einzelnachweise

    Stanley Kubrick wurde am 26. Juli 1928 in New York geboren und war das erste von zwei Kindern. Seine Eltern Jacob Leonard Kubrick (1902–1985), ein Chirurg, und Sadie Gertrude Kubrick (geb. Perveler; 1903–1985), stammten aus jüdischen Familien, alle Großeltern waren aus dem österreichisch-ungarischen Galizien eingewandert. 1934 kam Kubricks jüngere Schwester Barbara Mary zur Welt.

    Dokumentarkurzfilme

    1. 1951: Day of the Fight 2. 1951: Flying Padre 3. 1953: The Seafarers

    Spielfilme

    1. 1953: Furcht und Begierde (Fear and Desire) (R, D, P) 2. 1955: Der Tiger von New York (Killer’s Kiss) (R, D, P) 3. 1956: Die Rechnung ging nicht auf (The Killing) (R, D) 4. 1957: Wege zum Ruhm (Paths of Glory) (R, D, P) 5. 1960: Spartacus (R) 6. 1962: Lolita (R) 7. 1964: Dr. Seltsam, oder wie ich lernte, die Bombe zu lieben (Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb) (R, D, P) 8. 1968: 2001: Odyssee im Weltraum (2001: A Space Odyssey) (R, D, P) 9. 1971: Uhrwerk O...

    Nicht realisierte Filmprojekte

    1. 1956 reichte Kubrick bei MGM ein gemeinsam mit Calder Willingham verfasstes Drehbuch für eine Verfilmung der Novelle Brennendes Geheimnis von Stefan Zweig ein. Das Projekt wurde jedoch nicht realisiert. 1988 verfilmte Kubricks langjähriger Assistent Andrew Birkin den Stoff mit Faye Dunaway und Klaus Maria Brandauerin den Hauptrollen. 2. Stanley Kubrick bereitete mehrere Jahre lang eine Filmbiografie über Napoleon Bonaparte vor. Die Vorbereitungen waren so weit gediehen, dass Kubrick jederz...

    Ehrungen

    1. 1995: Ordre des Arts et des Lettres(Komtur)

    Filmpreise und Nominierungen

    Kubricks großer Einfluss zeigt sich unter anderem daran, dass er der einzige Regisseur ist, der insgesamt fünf Mal in der Liste der 100 Filme mit den besten Kritikerbewertungen auf „They Shoot Pictures“ vertreten ist (Platzierungen 2020 siehe Tabelle). Oscarverleihung 1. 1965: Nominierungen in den Kategorien Bester Film, Beste Regie und Bestes Drehbuch nach Vorlage für Dr. Seltsam oder: Wie ich lernte, die Bombe zu lieben 2. 1969: Auszeichnung in der Kategorie Beste visuelle Effekte für 2001:...

    Für die Veröffentlichung seiner Filme auf Datenträgern für die private Vorführung (VHS, DVD) hatte Stanley Kubrick vertraglich festgelegt, dass sie ausschließlich im Seitenverhältnis 4:3 erfolgen d...
    Kubricks Leben und Werk ist 2001 mit der Filmdokumentation Stanley Kubrick – Ein Leben für den Film gewürdigt worden, für die sich zahlreiche Schauspieler, Regisseure und andere Weggefährten von Ja...
    Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes (2008) ist eine Dokumentation von Jon Ronson über die Hinterlassenschaft des Ausnahmekünstlers: tausende Kisten, die Kubrick teilweise sogar extra produzieren ließ, mit Foto...
    Zu Kubricks Gesamtwerk hat das Deutsche Filmmuseum in Frankfurt am Main eine Ausstellung entwickelt, in der zahlreiche Objekte aus Kubricks umfangreichem Nachlass (unter anderem Fotos, Briefe, Orig...
    Gerrit Bodde: Die Musik in den Filmen von Stanley Kubrick. Der Andere Verlag, Osnabrück 2002, ISBN 3-936231-35-4.
    Ingried Brugger, Lisa Ortner-Kreil (Hrsg.): Eyes Wide Open: Stanley Kubrick als Fotograf. Verlag für moderne Kunst, Bad Vöslau 2014, ISBN 978-3-86984-069-7.
    Alison Castle: Das Stanley-Kubrick-Archiv, Taschen Verlag, Köln 2005, ISBN 3-8228-4240-0.
    Rainer Crone: Stanley Kubrick: Drama und Schatten. Phaidon Verlag, Berlin 2006, ISBN 0-7148-9463-X.
    Literatur von und über Stanley Kubrick im Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek
    Werke von und über Stanley Kubrick in der Deutschen Digitalen Bibliothek
    Stanley Kubrick in der Internet Movie Database(englisch)
    Stanley Kubrick Foto-Archiv Sammlung von über 15.000 Fotografien aus Kubricks Zeit als Fotoreporter für Look (1945–1950) im Archiv des Museum of the City of New York
    ↑ a b Bernd Kiefer: Stanley Kubrick 1928–1999. In: Thomas Koebner (Hrsg.): Filmregisseure: Biographien, Werkbeschreibungen, Filmographien. 3., aktualisierte und erweiterte Auflage. Reclam, Stuttgar...
    ↑ Geoffrey Cocks: The Wolf at the Door: Stanley Kubrick, History, and the Holocaust. 28. September 2004, S. 19,abgerufen am 4. Mai 2014(englisch, Googlebooks).
    ↑ Vincent LoBrutto: Chronologie. In: Alison Castle (Hrsg.): Das Stanley Kubrick Archiv. TASCHEN, Köln 2016, ISBN 978-3-8365-5684-2, S.822.
    ↑ Paul Duncan: Stanley Kubrick: Sämtliche Filme. Taschen, 2011, ISBN 978-3-8365-2772-9, S. 15.
  5. El Archivo Stanley Kubrick está resguardado por la Universidad de la Artes Londres en sus Archivos y Centro de Colección Especial de la Facultad de Comunicación de Londres. [1] El Archivo abrió en octubre del 2007 y contiene material recogido y poseído por el director de cine, Stanley Kubrick (1928–1999). [2]

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