Delve Into THE MAKING OF KUBRICK’S 2001 with Jerome Agel’s Rare 1970 Book

     May 28, 2013

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Stanley Kubrick‘s 2001: A Space Odyssey stands as one of the greatest sci-fi films ever made.  I wouldn’t say it’s an entertaining film, but it’s intellectually fulfilling and worthy of endless discussion.  Adding to that discussion is Jerome Agel‘s rare, out-of-print book The Making of Kubrick’s 2001.  Scanned and put online by Cinephilia and Beyond, the book contains [per The Playlist] “the original Arthur C. Clarke short story “The Sentinel” that inspired the movie, a rare Kubrick interview with Playboy magazine, reviews, a massive photo insert, plus insights from all kinds of people that worked on the movie.”  Scrolling through the pages makes me wish I could own the book, but this is certainly the next best thing.

Hit the jump to check out The Making of Kubrick’s 2001.

Via Cinephilia and Beyond and The Playlist.

The Making of Kubricks 2001

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