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  • Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of original Stanley Kubrick vintage movie posters, from his critically acclaimed catalog of timeless cinematic contribution.

    Stanley Kubrick was an American film producer, director, screenwriter, and photographer. He is habitually cited as one of the foremost powerful filmmakers in cinematic history. His movies, which are for the most part adaptations of books or short stories, cover a wide range of genres and are famous for their authenticity, dark humor, special cinematography, broad set designs, and reminiscent use of music.

    After he has worked as a photographer for Look magazine in the late 1940s and early 1950s, he produced his first major Hollywood film, The Killing, for United Artists in 1956. This was taken on after two collaborations with Kirk Douglas - the war picture Paths of Glory (1957) and the historical epic Spartacus (1960).

    Creative differences emerging from his work with Douglas and the film studios, a loathe of the Hollywood industry, and a developing concern almost crime in America provoked Kubrick to move to the United Kingdom in 1961, where he went through most of the remainder of his life and career. His first productions in Britain were two movies with Peter Sellers, Lolita (1962) and Dr. Strangelove (1964).

    In spite of the subsequent notoriety among actors, many of Kubrick's films broke new ground in cinematography. The scientific realism and ground-breaking special effects of 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) was without precedent in the history of cinema, and the film earned him his only personal Oscar, for Best Visual Effects. Steven Spielberg has referred to the film as his generation's "big bang"; it is regarded as one of the greatest films ever made. For the 18th-century period film Barry Lyndon (1975), Kubrick obtained lenses developed by Zeiss for NASA, to film scenes under natural candlelight. With the film, The Shining (1980), he became one of the first directors to use a Steadicam for stabilized and fluid tracking shots. While some of Kubrick's films were controversial and initially garnered mixed reviews upon release—particularly A Clockwork Orange (1971), which Kubrick pulled from circulation in the UK following mass media frenzy—most were nominated for Oscars, Golden Globes, or BAFTA Awards, and endured critical reevaluations. His last film, Eyes Wide Shut, was completed shortly before his death in 1999 at the age of 70.

    Film/Art Gallery's collection of Stanley Kubrick movie posters includes a Saul Bass artwork for Kubrick's adaptation of Stephen King novel, The Shining. Stanley Kubrick poster collection also includes a Bob McCall artwork for re-release of Kubrick's 1968 masterpiece, Space Odyssey. It also shows Tomi Ungerer artwork for Dr. Strangelove.

    Film/Art Gallery movie posters are original prints and film poster collectibles. These are original movie posters. We do not carry any movie poster reproductions or reprints of any kind.