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Category: Edition 2019

After discovering a mysterious artifact buried beneath the Lunar surface, mankind sets off on a quest to find its origins with help from intelligent supercomputer H.A.L. 9000.

Original Title 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
Italian Title 2001: ODISSEA NELLO SPAZIO
Category Out of competition
Section "Moon Landing" Marathon
Tipology Feature Film
Duration 149'
Production Year 1968
Nationality United Kingdom, USA
Directed by Stanley Kubrick
Screenplay Stanley Kubrick, Arthur Clarke
Director of photography Geoffrey Unsworth
Editor Ray Lovejoy
Special Effects Stanley Kubrick
Production Design Ernie Archer, Harry Lange, Tony Master
Make up Stuart Freeborn
Music Vv.Aa.
Produced by Stanley Kubrick

 regista Stanley KubrickSTANLEY KUBRICK
Stanley Kubrick (July 26, 1928 – March 7, 1999) was an American film director, writer, producer, and photographer who lived in England during most of the last four decades of his career. Kubrick was noted for the scrupulous care with which he chose his subjects, his slow method of working, the variety of genres he worked in, his technical perfectionism, and his reclusiveness about his films and personal life. The film that first brought him attention to many critics was "Paths of Glory", the first of three films of his about the dehumanizing effects of war. Many of his films at first got a lukewarm reception, only to be years later acclaimed as masterpieces that had a seminal influence on many later generations of film-makers. Considered especially groundbreaking was "2001: A Space Odyssey" noted for being both one of the most scientifically realistic and visually innovative science-fiction films ever made while maintaining an enigmatic non-linear storyline. He voluntarily withdrew his film "A Clockwork Orange" from England, after it was accused of inspiring copycat crimes which in turn resulted in threats against Kubrick's family. His films were largely successful at the box-office, although "Barry Lyndon" performed poorly in the United States. Living authors Anthony Burgess and Stephen King were both unhappy with Kubrick's adaptations of their novels "A Clockwork Orange" and "The Shining" respectively, and both authors were engaged with subsequent adaptations. All of Kubrick's films from the mid-1950s to his death except for "The Shining" were nominated for Oscars, Golden Globes, or BAFTAs. Although he was nominated for an Academy Award as a screenwriter and director on several occasions, his only personal win was for the special effects in "2001: A Space Odyssey".