Kubrick on Making the First Film

 

Kubrick on his first feature.

Kubrick on his first feature.

“The point to stress is that anyone seriously interested in making a film should find as much money as he can as quickly as he can and go out and do it. And this is no longer as difficult as it once was. When I began making movies as an independent in the early 1950s I received a fair amount of publicity because I was something of a freak in an industry dominated by a handful of huge studios. Everyone was amazed that it could be done at all. But anyone can make a movie who has a little knowledge of cameras and tape recorders, a lot of ambition and — hopefully — talent. It’s gotten down to the pencil and paper level. We’re really on the threshold of a revolutionary new era in film”

Stanley Kubrick, 1969

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One Response to “Kubrick on Making the First Film”

  1. Ryan Strandjord Says:

    July 3rd, 2013 at 8:45 pm

    Genius. The challenge today though isn’t getting the film funded, or even made, it’s finding an audience.

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