Watch: A Video Tour of LACMA's Exceptional Stanley Kubrick Exhibit

June 28, 2013
Source: SlashFilm

LACMA Stanley Kubrick

Over the last few months, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (aka LACMA) has been host to a stellar filmmaking show called The Authorized Stanley Kubrick Exhibition. Unless you live in LA or visited recently, most are probably jealous of any friends who have posted photos of all the cool stuff on display. It's a beautiful exhibit featuring tons of props, scripts and everything inbetween for almost all of the legendary Stanley Kubrick's films. It primarily focuses on Lolita, Dr. Strangelove, The Shining, A Clockwork Orange, 2001 and Barry Lyndon, though all of them are represented. For those who can't make it (since it shuts down in LA this weekend), a fan created a 3-part video tour of the entire exhibit. Check it out below.

These were made by "MrChopper0077" and include photos and video. Watch all three for the complete tour:

Thanks to SlashFilm / for the tip. I'm glad someone out there whipped up a video tour of this.

The Authorized Stanley Kubrick Exhibition is organized by the Deutsches Filmmuseum in Germany, with additional worldwide tours planned. The exhibit was open at LACMA in Los Angeles from November 1st, 2012 to June 30th, 2013 and already stopped by Paris and Amsterdam last year. The videos include "his cameras, movie posters, memorabilia, and shows exhibits from Dr. Strangelove and Full Metal Jacket." This is one of those legendary filmmaking exhibitions that I really wish I was able to check out, especially after all the photos from friends started hitting social networks. If you want to see more, LACMA released a mobile app for the Kubrick exhibit. For those who want more, lots of photos can be found all over Flickr.

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Great stuff. Except last 20 sec of part 3, what a douche.

David Banner on Jun 28, 2013


Lol, that was ME, and yes that was pretty douche like, I have no retort.

Guest on Jun 29, 2013


It was great to check out - Really felt like a trip into his mind, witnessing his creativity on a micro level, while also being able to see the big picture go on around you.

Nick Sears on Jul 1, 2013

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