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The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society presents a podcast about filmmaker Stanley Kubrick.

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The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society presents a podcast about filmmaker Stanley Kubrick.

    The Early Days... Stanley and Me : An Interview with Gerald Fried - Part 1

    The Early Days... Stanley and Me : An Interview with Gerald Fried - Part 1

    Episode 33 : The Early Days... Stanley and Me : An Interview with Gerald Fried - Part 1
    This is the first part of our interview with Gerald Fried. We spoke to him in late 2018, when he was just 90 years young.
    Gerald Fried, a native New Yorker, has scored almost 300 films and television shows in a career spanning 70 x years. His movie scores include such varied titles as Machine Gun Kelly for Roger Corman, Jack Nicholson’s first feature film The Cry Baby Killer, The Killing of Sister George, Too Late The Hero & The Grisson Gang all three for director Robert Aldrich.
    His TV credits include some of the most popular shows being produced at the time including M Squad, Wagon Train, Gunsmoke, Gilligan’s Island, The Man From Uncle, Star Trek, Mission Impossible, Lost In Space and Police Woman.
    Gerald was nominated for an Oscar for Best Music with an Original Dramatic Score for the feature-length documentary Birds Do It, Bees Do it at the 1976 Academy Awards, up against several other notable composers with memorable scores. The Wind and the Lion from Jerry Goldsmith, Jack Nitzsche’s One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Bite The Bullet by Alex North, and the winner that year was……… John Williams for probably the most famous movie score of all time JAWS. So Gerald was in great company that night.
    Gerald also won a TV Emmy for his work with Quincy Jones on the amazing mini-series Roots from 1977.
    Having composed the scores for five of Stanley Kubrick's earliest films, he is one of the most frequent collaborators of Kubrick, and he was in fact the composer of the last Kubrick film that was entirely scored by a single composer.
    Fried and Kubrick first worked together as a composer/director partnership, as 21 (23) year olds on the short film Day of the Fight, back in 1951, followed by four feature films, Fear & Desire, Killer’s Kiss, The Killing and Paths of Glory.
    In this episode, being Part 1 of our interview with Gerald, we discuss the early years in New York when Gerald and Stanley were just coming up and starting to carve their careers out in the film business.
    Production Credits :
    Hosted by Jason Furlong / Written by Stephen Rigg and Jason Furlong / Theme and original music written and performed by Jason Furlong / Produced and edited by Stephen Rigg / With James Marinaccio.
    Audio Clips :
    The Day of the Fight - Youtube.
    Music :
    in Your Arms by Kevin Macleod
    Links :
    Kubrick’s Universe Podcast (KUP) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/KubricksUniverse/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/TSKAS/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - YouTube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRdeqrFNoOrYtWbxwR_GXPA
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Twitter Page : https://twitter.com/KubrickAS
    Contact us : stephenrigg.skas@gmail.com

    • 1 u. 8 min.
    Barry Lyndon : A Very Special Reunion with Leon Vitali and David Morley

    Barry Lyndon : A Very Special Reunion with Leon Vitali and David Morley

    Episode 32 : Welcome to 2020, and in this episode, we speak with actors Leon Vitali and David Morley.
    We have something truly special in store for you with this episode. Forty-five years ago a couple of young and very gifted actors were recruited by Stanley Kubrick to play two very essential characters in his masterful 1975 film, Barry Lyndon. 
    We're referring of course to Leon Vitali and David Morley, who played step-brothers, Lord Bullingdon and Bryan Lyndon.
    You’re going to hear a surprise call to Leon and David, which we managed to keep a secret prior to the day it took place in early January 2020. 
    Neither of them have seen or spoken with each other since the filming of Barry Lyndon was completed in 1975, and life for the two young men took them onto their own new paths of adventure. With that all said, we at Kubrick’s Universe invite you, our friends, to please enjoy this: the reunion of Leon Vitali and David Morley.
    Production Credits :
    Hosted by Jason Furlong / Written by Stephen Rigg and Jason Furlong / Theme and original music written and performed by Jason Furlong / Produced and edited by Stephen Rigg / With James Marinaccio and Mark Lentz
    Audio Clips :
    Barry Lyndon audio excerpts - Youtube
    Music :
    March From Idomeneo by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart from the Barry Lyndon Original Soundtrack.
    Links :
    Kubrick’s Universe Podcast (KUP) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/KubricksUniverse/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/TSKAS/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - YouTube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRdeqrFNoOrYtWbxwR_GXPA
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Twitter Page : https://twitter.com/KubrickAS
    Contact us : stephenrigg.skas@gmail.com

    • 27 min.
    Kubrick End of Year Round-Up 2019 with the team from SKAS

    Kubrick End of Year Round-Up 2019 with the team from SKAS

    Episode 31 : Another year over and another End-Of-Year extravaganza with your guys from Kubrick's Universe, Jason Furlong, James Marinaccio, Mark Lentz and Stephen Rigg.
    2019 was another great year in Kubrick's Universe, and the team recall, review and ramble their way through the years events.
    Production Credits :
    Hosted by Jason Furlong / Written by Stephen Rigg and Jason Furlong / Theme and original music written and performed by Jason Furlong / Produced and edited by Stephen Rigg
    Audio Clips :
    SK Exhibition Trailer - Youtube
    Matthew Modine Clip - Youtube
    https://propstore.com
    Family Guy Clip - Youtube
    Doctor Sleep Trailer - Youtube
    Down River - Youtube
    The Brain That Wouldn’t Die - Youtube
    Trapped Ashes
    Jane Fonda Clip - Youtube
    2001 Sparks In The Dark
    Kier Dullea Clip - Willem Hopman 
    Music :
    "This Forced Perspective" by The Aries All-Stars
    Links :
    Kubrick’s Universe Podcast (KUP) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/KubricksUniverse/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/TSKAS/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - YouTube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRdeqrFNoOrYtWbxwR_GXPA
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Twitter Page : https://twitter.com/KubrickAS
    Contact us : stephenrigg.skas@gmail.com

    • 2 uur 41 min.
    Never Just A Dream: Stanley Kubrick And Eyes Wide Shut with Matt Wells

    Never Just A Dream: Stanley Kubrick And Eyes Wide Shut with Matt Wells

    Episode 30 : The director of a new short film called, NEVER JUST A DREAM: STANLEY KUBRICK AND EYES WIDE SHUT, talks to Kubrick's Universe about the creation of his film.
    The short documentary Never Just A Dream: Stanley Kubrick and Eyes Wide Shut is produced by Park Circus for Warner Bros. Pictures International and is presented as part of a special 20th Anniversary screening of Eyes Wide Shut (1999).
    We spoke for a second time to the documentary’s director and producer, Matt Wells, this time about Eyes Wide Shut (1999) and his new short film.
    Matt Wells is a British filmmaker based in London. This is his third short documentary on the work of Stanley Kubrick, after Work & Play: A Short Film About ‘The Shining’ (2017) and Stanley Kubrick Considers the Bomb (2019), about Dr Strangelove (1964), which both screened in cinemas internationally as part of rereleases of those films.
    We spoke with Matt in October 2019.
    Production Credits :
    Hosted by Jason Furlong / Written by Stephen Rigg and Jason Furlong / Theme and original music written and performed by Jason Furlong / Produced and edited by Stephen Rigg
    Audio Clips :
    New! Eyes Wide Shut Trailer and Never Just a Dream Trailer - courtesy of Park Circus / Eyes Wide Shut Clip - Youtube
    Music :
    "The Girl from Ipanema" by Smooth Jazz All-Stars - Youtube / "Ella Es Tan Kubrick" by Charley Garcia - YouTube
    Links :
    Park Circus Website : https://www.parkcircus.com
    Watch Eyes Wide Shut (iTunes) : https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/eyes-wide-shut/id272819260
    Listen to Eyes Wide Shut Soundtrack (iTunes) : https://music.apple.com/us/album/eyes-wide-shut-music-from-the-motion-picture/378854658
    Charly Garcia Wiki : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charly_Garc%C3%ADa
    Kubrick’s Universe Podcast (KUP) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/KubricksUniverse/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/TSKAS/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - YouTube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRdeqrFNoOrYtWbxwR_GXPA
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Twitter Page : https://twitter.com/KubrickAS
    Contact us : stephenrigg.skas@gmail.com

    • 56 min.
    Eyes Wide Shut: Stanley Kubrick and the Making of His Final Film with Robert Kolker & Nathan Abrams

    Eyes Wide Shut: Stanley Kubrick and the Making of His Final Film with Robert Kolker & Nathan Abrams

    Episode 29 : The co-authors of a new book called, EYES WIDE SHUT Stanley Kubrick and the Making of His Final Film, have created an archeology of the film from its origin to its creation and beyond.
    Robert P. Kolker is Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland, and taught cinema studies for almost 50 years. He is the author of A Cinema of Loneliness, The Altering Eye, Film, Form, and Culture, The Extraordinary Image: Welles, Hitchcock, Kubrick and the Reimagination of Cinema. His current project is Triumph Over Containment: American Film in the 1950s.
    Nathan Abrams is Professor in Film at Bangor University in Wales. He is founding co-editor of Jewish Film and New Media: An International Journal, as well as the author of The New Jew in Film: Exploring Jewishness and Judaism in Contemporary Cinema and Stanley Kubrick: New York Jewish Intellectual.
    Using new interviews conducted with key cast and crew members and studying archive material at the Stanley Kubrick Archive, the authors have managed to create not only a timeline of the project but an appreciation of the film and its director.
    We spoke with Robert and Nathan in October 2019.
    Production Credits :
    Hosted by Jason Furlong / Written by Stephen Rigg and Jason Furlong / Theme and original music written and performed by Jason Furlong / Produced and edited by Stephen Rigg
    Audio Clips :
    Eyes Wide Shut Clips - Youtube / Brian Aldiss Excerpt - Youtube / Joe Turkel Lecture Excerpt - Youtube
    Music :
    "I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)" performed by Oscar Peterson Trio - written by Duke Ellington & Paul Francis Webster / "When I Fall In Love" performed by Victor Silvester - written by Edward Heyman & Victor Young / "Fidelio" performed and written by Festen
    Links :
    Watch Eyes Wide Shut (iTunes) : https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/eyes-wide-shut/id272819260
    Listen to Eyes Wide Shut Soundtrack (iTunes) : https://music.apple.com/us/album/eyes-wide-shut-music-from-the-motion-picture/378854658
    Festen Website : https://www.festenmusic.com
    Kubrick’s Universe Podcast (KUP) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/KubricksUniverse/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/TSKAS/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - YouTube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRdeqrFNoOrYtWbxwR_GXPA
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Twitter Page : https://twitter.com/KubrickAS
    Contact us : stephenrigg.skas@gmail.com

    • 1 u. 19 min.
    Eyes Wide Cut with Marshall Allman

    Eyes Wide Cut with Marshall Allman

    Episode 28 : Question: What do Blade Runner, The Magnificent Ambersons, Cinema Paradiso and Brazil have in common.
    Answer: They have all been re-edited after their initial theatrical releases.
    Originally released in the US on the 16th July 1999, Eyes Wide Shut, Kubrick’s final film was generally received by audiences and critics alike as somewhat disappointing. There seems to be some debate over wether the final cut of Eyes Wide Shut, that Kubrick submitted to Warner Brothers just days before his death would have been his actual final cut. The film was still 4 months away from release.
    In 1968, Kubrick had removed almost 20 mins of film from 2001: A Space Odyssey after it’s premiere screenings saying, “It does take a few runnings to decide finally how long things should be, especially scenes which do not have narrative advancement as their guideline.” Then in 1980, he removed the original final scene of The Shining, again after the films initial US release and then a further 24 minutes for the European cut. So, it’s not hard to imagine that Kubrick could have in fact implemented changes to Eyes Wide Shut, during the 4 month period between his untimely passing and the release of the film, had he lived.
    No, one will ever really know, but a young actor and Filmmaker from Texas has actually made some cuts to Eyes Wide Shut saying “I am not trying to do what Kubrick would’ve done but seeing what changes were even possible without losing the essence of the film”. His un-authorised edit, which is available to watch at EYESWIDECUT.COM, runs at 120 Minutes, having trimmed 40 Minutes from the officially released version.
    As he explains on his website :
    “So, in the spirit of "never say no to an idea", I decided to make the edit to Eyes Wide Shut not only as a homage to my favourite filmmaker but also as a personal challenge to myself as an editor and storyteller.”
    The man behind this rather controversial undertaking is actor and filmmaker Marshall Allman.
    We spoke with Marshall in July 2018.
    Production Credits :
    Hosted by Jason Furlong / Written by Stephen Rigg and Jason Furlong / Theme and original music written and performed by Jason Furlong / Produced and edited by Stephen Rigg
    Audio Clips :
    Eyes Wide Shut Trailer - Youtube
    Steve Martin on Charlie Rose 2000 - Youtube
    Can You Dig It - from The Warriors - Youtube
    Wendy on the Radio - from The Shining - Youtube
    Music :
    On the Beautiful Blue Danube by Johann Strauss Jr., performed by Paul Bateman and the City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
    Dies Irae, performed by The Filmation Orchestra
    Links :
    Watch Eyes Wide Shut (iTunes) : https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/eyes-wide-shut/id272819260
    Listen to Eyes Wide Shut Soundtrack (iTunes) : https://music.apple.com/us/album/eyes-wide-shut-music-from-the-motion-picture/378854658
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/TSKAS/
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - YouTube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRdeqrFNoOrYtWbxwR_GXPA
    The Stanley Kubrick Appreciation Society (SKAS) - Twitter Page : https://twitter.com/KubrickAS
    Contact us : stephenrigg.skas@gmail.com

    • 2 uur 21 min.

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