The Kubrick Selection

Stanley Kubrick's name became a byword for controversy, and yet the breadth of his filmmaking defies categorisation. 

City Screen is pleased to present a short season of terrific movies to celebrate some of the director's most iconic work and spark the interest of novices and scholars alike.

Monday 20 August, 8.45
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (18)
Alex and his 'droogs' are ultraviolent youths in a futuristic Britain, but Alex is eventually convicted and subjected to an experimental programme to turn him against his violent ways.

Sunday 26 August, 12,45
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (U)
An epic evolutionary sci-fi movie which follows humankind, from primitive ape to cosmic adventurer struggling for survival and supremacy over the controlling gaze of the supercomputer HAL.

Sunday 2 September, 3.00
DR STRANGELOVE OR: HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE BOMB (PG)
Peter Sellers is cast in three roles in this brilliant atomic farce, which combines suspense and dark comedy to characterise human fallibility and stupidity on a global scale.

Monday 3 September, 8.00
BARRY LYNDON (PG)
This supremely elegant vision of Thackeray's novel chronicles the Irish rogue's relentless progress through the battlefields and boudoirs of 18th-century Europe.

 

 
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