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Space Odyssey Stanley Kubrick Arthur C Clarke and the Making of a MasterpieceAne with visual effects supervisor Doug Trumbull with Dan Richter who played s leading man ape and many others A colorful nonfiction narrative packed with memorable characters Space Odyssey Stanley Kubrick Arthur MOBI #181 and remarkable incidents Space Odyssey provides a degree view of this extraordinary work tracking the film from Kubrick and Clarkes first meeting in New York in through its UK production fromduring which some of the most complex sets ever made were merged with visual effects so innovative that they scarcely seem dated today A concluding chapter examines the films legacy as it grew into it current justifiably exalted statu. An all up incredibly well researched and written book on one of the greatest and most divisive motion pictures of all time with pretty much every page revealing an exhaustive amount of new information I'd say it's the best account yet published on the long and complicated making of Stanley Kubrick's 2001 Absolutely essential reading for those interested partiesNZPete

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FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ Space Odyssey: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, and the Making of a Masterpiece Ô ❮Reading❯ ➳ Space Odyssey: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, and the Making of a Masterpiece ➬ Author Michael Benson – Dcmdirect.co.uk CelebratingCelebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Odyssey Stanley eBook #9734 films release this is the definitive story of the making of A Space Odyssey acclaimed today as one of the greatest films ever made including the Space PDFEPUB or inside account of how director Stanley Kubrick and writer Arthur C Clarke created this cinematic masterpieceRegarded as a masterpiece today A Space Odyssey received mixed reviews on its release Despite the success Space Odyssey Stanley Kindle #216 of Dr Strangelove director Stanley Kubrick wasnt yet recognized as a great filmmaker and was radically innovative with little dialogue and no strong central character. As an ardent 2001 A Space Odyssey fan I have always wondered how it was done Now I know and will watch the film with renewed awe Michael Benson tells the story of how the project came about and the people who lived it with great empathyCelebrating 50 years since the film's release Benson has done an excellent job

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Although some leading critics slammed the film as Space Odyssey Stanley Kubrick Arthur MOBI #181 incomprehensible and self indulgent the public lined up to see it s resounding commercial success launched the genre of big budget science fiction spectaculars Such directors as George Lucas Steven Spielberg Ridley Scott and James Cameron have acknowledged its profound influence Author Michael Benson explains how was made telling the story primarily through the two people most responsible for the film Kubrick and science fiction legend Arthur C Clarke Benson interviewed Clarke many times and has also spoken at length with Kubricks widow Christi. I saw 2001 as a teenager in 1968 three times in one week I've since seen it a total of 10 times in cinemas not counting video versions One of the landmark productions of the 20th century which constantly rewards repeated viewing This book affords a lot of detailed insight into how and why it ended up as it did in large part because Kubrick's decision to leave things out even when a lot of effort had been expended in scripting or filming them There's some interesting background material on Arthur C Clarke but mostly it's about Kubrick and his single mimded focus on getting it right There are also worthwhile sections on Douglas Trumbull responsible for many of the jaw dropping visual effects and especially on Daniel Richter who played Moonwatcher and the lengths he and the makeup team had to go to to achieve credibility Ironically that year's Oscar for makeup went to Planet Of The Apes allegedly because people thought the Dawn Of Man seuence used real apes A treasure for fans of cinema