Indie Trailer Sunday: Making Of '2001: A Space Odyssey' Doc
I know that a lot of people, including my roommate, consider Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey to not only be one of the great films of all-time, but one of their personal all-time favorites. It's not often we get to talk about the sci-fi masterpiece, but amazingly there's a new documentary coming out titled Beyond the Infinite: The Making of A Masterpiece made by Douglas Trumbull, the special effects supervisor on 2001. A trailer for the doc recently appeared on io9 (via SlashFilm) which I thought was worth featuring today. Oh and that great photo above comes from Quint's fantastic behind-the-scenes photo series on AICN.
Watch the trailer for Douglas Tumbull's Beyond the Infinite: The Making of A Masterpiece:
A documentary that really tells the story of the making of Stanley Kubrick's 1968 sci-fi masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey, not just the technical story but the human story, the personal story, the experiences of people who interacted with Kubrick that is really true to the style and look of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Beyond the Infinite: The Making of A Masterpiece is being directed by Douglas Trumbull, a former special effects supervisor on 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Andromeda Strain, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Star Trek and Blade Runner; and producer of films like Silent Running and Brainstorm. The video actually comes from Trumbull's own official website, where you can find even more info: douglastrumbull.com.
Reader Feedback - 13 Comments
Funny you dont mention whether you like it or not?
LINKFX on Sep 12, 2010
Wow! This looks really good 🙂
David Banner on Sep 12, 2010
Stanley Kubrick is the godfather of movie making ... He was and still the best even after his death ... RIP Stanley ... and leave us live in your movies until the end of our time too ...
shero on Sep 12, 2010
Kubrick has the best filmography of any director! i cant wait, love me some Kubrick
D on Sep 12, 2010
Any info as to when this is being released and how to obtain it?
Dan W on Sep 12, 2010
Will we ever have such a genius as Kubrick making films? Who today comes close to the genius that Kubrick possesses? My answer would be Alfonso Cuaron.
Tomi on Sep 12, 2010
And I would agree with #6, especially if his new project were to come close to Children of Men.
Jos van den Atmos on Sep 12, 2010
Who let Richard Attenborough on the set? P.S. this movie documentary looks like an instant classic.
The Man With No Name on Sep 12, 2010
Just dont take acid when watching this documentary, okay? http://gawker.com/5636331/why-you-shouldnt-drop-acid-and-go-to-the-movies
Voice of Reason on Sep 13, 2010
Can't get the trailer to work. Is it US only? Has anyone got a YouTube link, or something similar?
Mathieu on Sep 13, 2010
Man, I miss Kubrick. He was 'before my time' and all but 2001 really changed my entire view on everything. I first watched it when I was around 13 or something and didn't understand it and kind of disliked it. It really grew on me over the years. I watch it once every year. I'm so ready for this documentary, really well-put together too. Never heard of Douglas Trumball before but his site is really fascinating and it shows he's an avid lover of sci-fi and his own work. I mean that in a good way. Like there are sci-fi nerds like Star Wars fans and sci-fi nerds like this Arthur C. Clark, just to name one.
Neal on Sep 13, 2010
I want to see this!!! Stanley Kubrick is an example of how to be a true master of cinema, I admire him deeply.
David Portugheis - Film Composer on Sep 13, 2010
I meant that the trailer was well-put together. Haven't seen it yet of course.
Neal on Sep 14, 2010
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