10 February, 2013
1. . "Stanley Kubrick Film Techniques." LAVideoFilmaker. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Feb 2013.
This article discusses film techniques that Stanley Kubrick uses to make his films so special. The article highlights 5 of these techniques. His slow, protracted scenes, his extreme camera angles, his use of the wide angle lense, long tracking shots, and the cold nature many of his films take on. 2. Ebert, Robert. "A Clockwork Orange." RogerEbert.com. N.p., 11 Feb 1972. Web.Feb
This article is a review of the film “A Clockwork Orange”. Right off the bat the reviewer bashes the film. He talks about the disgust he felt watching it, and bashes
Stanley Kubrick for glorifying the main character, Alex, even though he plays a “sadistic rapist”. He addresses certain shots Stanley Kubrick uses that he feel puts Alex above every other character in the film. This article is very critical and opinionated. The author never says anything good about the film, and bashes every detail. "A Clockwork Orange commits another, perhaps even more unforgivable, artistic sin. It is just plain talky and boring. You know there's something wrong with a movie when the last third feels like the last half.” 3. Mather, Philippe. "STANLEY KUBRICK: PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILM." Historical
Journal of Film, Radio and Television. 26.2 (2006): 203214. Web. 10 Feb. 2013.
This articles talks about the artist side to Kubrick, highlighting his history as a photographer for Look magazine. The author uses this history to shed new light on his films, and how his experiences as a photographer have influenced his films 4. Naremore, James. "Stanley Kubrick and the Aesthetics of the Grotesque." Univeristy of
California Press. 60.1 (2006): 414. Web. 11 Feb. 2013.
This article is about the “coldness” that is often attributed to Stanley Kubrick’s films. They almost always have a very dark nature to them, and the author analyzes this.
“The whole of Kubrick's art is designed to produce a grotesque clash of emotions, an unstable blending of humor and terror that derives ultimately from anxieties about the
5. Feldmann, Hans. "Kubrick and His Discontents."University of California Press. 30.1
(1976): n. page. Web. 11 Feb. 2013.
This article offers a lot of criticism towards Stanley Kubrick’s films, and discusses many of the flaws within Kubrick’s films. He gives example